Sustainability


Et al. for the environment

"Adopting a sustainable lifestyle means working every day by choosing a set of actions that respect the environment.”
Our company has based its growth on sustainable environmental criteria, maintaining an integrated system of quality, health, safety and environment.
Guaranteeing the origin of raw materials and the production chain, verifying the proper management of forests and woodlands and tracing the resulting products is one of our commitments.
Our wood-based models are produced from wood from forests that are managed correctly, legally and sustainably from an ecological, economic and social point of view, guaranteed by the FSC® label.

Wooden products

FSC®  guarantees our commitment to using only material from certified forests that are managed properly and responsibly according to strict environmental, social and economic standards.

 

Plastic products

Plastic products are marked in accordance with UNI EN ISO 11469 in order to facilitate their recognition in end-of-life recovery and recycling operations.

The new marsala Dunk shell is made from recycled material obtained by polypropylene packaging and products at the end of their life cycle.

Fabrics

Non-toxic and hypoallergenic fabrics meet the criteria of Regulation No. 1907/2006/EC.

The Reviva, Iris and Amelia fabrics are made from a polyester yarn that is entirely recycled and further recyclable.

Salone del Mobile 2022 hall

A great deal of attention has been paid to the use of 100% recyclable materials; their role within the project in defining the exhibition and spatial and construction details, with a radical use of poplar wood.

 

> Sub Floor: reclaimed chipboard.

> Floor (pathways): SPC (Stone Polymer Composite), a mixed composition of polymers and stone powder.

> Floor (display areas): display platforms and poplar wall coverings.

Conai

Redesigning packaging in terms of eco-design means taking into account all the phases of the product's life cycle: from the extraction of raw materials, through production and distribution, to the end of its life.