Forrest Technology has received FSC certification


Forrest Technology works due to the principles of sustainable development, all processes of the enterprise are set up to support responsible use of forest resources and conservation of forests for future generations.

The company’s products will be branded with FSC trademarks that guarantee high standards in responsible forest management. Special logos of the certificate confirming that the products come from responsible sources. It is worth noting that FSC certification provides environmental, social and economic benefits for all stakeholders.

Buyers of finished goods and the community of the region in our presence can be sure that only controlled timber arrives for the production of the entire Forrest Technology product line. This status receives the raw material upon confirmation of FSC-STD-40-005. This means that our raw materials do not belong to unacceptable timber categories. Thus, having an FSC certification ensures that our company does not use illegally harvested timber or harvested human rights abuses; wood from endangered forests or from forests that are converted to plantations and land categories other than forestry purposes, as well as wood from forests in which genetically modified trees are grown. All timber supply chains to the enterprise are monitored and certified.

FSC certification is carried out by FSC accredited certification bodies. Certification bodies are independent companies that have accredited their FSC certification programs.

The Forest Stewardship Council ® (FSC) is an independent, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization established to support environmentally friendly, socially beneficial and economically viable management of world forests. The FSC’s vision is that the world’s forests must meet the social, environmental and economic rights and needs of the present generation without sacrificing future generations.

FSC Controlled Wood is a material for which compliance with this standard, FSC-STD-40-004, or FSC-STD-30-010, is recognized.