Living in the environment which has been declared a World Heritage Site brought us to sustainable productive choicesRead more...
Zero km raw materials
The timber which is used to produce our products comes from the silver fir of the PEFC certified Friulian forests that are subject to controlled harvesting of wood and certified by the ICILA Chain of Custody system. We treat such a zero km product with high attention and respect so that it can generate the maximum value in every phase of its life cycle.
This makes the difference with the manufacturers who use the raw material which is transported by road from exotic Countries with the resulting environmental pollution and CO2 emissions.
We use energy which comes from solar power plants and hydroelectric plants on our area with the complete reduction of the dangerous emissions. This plays the difference with those Companies which are linked to a National net of fossil fuel fired power plants which are real pollution sources.
Renewable Thermal Energy
The thermal energy that we consume during our production operations comes from a modern biomass plant which is fed by wood that comes from the waste from the process. The burning of the wooden biomass closes a natural cycle which doesn’t increase the concentration of the CO2 in the air (greenhouse effect).
Plastic Free Products
Our production has always been based on the priority use of wood, combined with ecological and sustainable materials. Every day we have been work withing with determination so that the use of these materials becomes almost total, through a virtuous process of re-designing and re-engineering each structure with the aim of removing all plastic elements. In this way, we reduce high energy-consuming components, which require highly impacting processes to be produced or recycled.
WE FOLLOW THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
OUR PRODUCTS are original and innovative and they are the result of centuries of experience combined with the use of new technologies, always used in complete respect for the environment.
New sensory inclusive park inaugurated at Marco Simoncelli house
The new sensory inclusive park was recently inaugurated at Marco Simoncelli house at Coriano (RN) – Italy.Read more
Green Public Procurement (GPP) more wood, less plastic and metal.
EUROPEAN UNION GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT (GPP) criteria are designed to make it easier for Public Authorities to purchase goods, services and works with reduced environmental impacts.Read more
SPORT NEI PARCHI
Presentato al Quirinale il piano sociale dello sport per tutti.Read more