"Sarda Plywood is known as the forest-friendly company because we have relentlessly raised the bar of environment awareness by contributing meaningfully to the conservation effort."
In many forests around the world, logging still contributes to habitat destruction, water pollution, displacement of indigenous peoples and violence against people who work in the forest and the wildlife that dwells there. Many consumers of wood and paper, and many forest products companies believe that the link between logging and these negative impacts can be broken, and that forests can be managed and protected at the same time.
We at SPIL, a forest friendly company, are in complete agreement. We follow the principle that one can make twice the furniture using a given volume of plywood than the same volume of solid timber. Also, plywood and blockboards are manufactured by using a mix of cultivation and natural timber, which helps conservation. Plywood is first of all made out of wood: a natural and renewable resource. Wood is one of the oldest and most important materials, available on a sustainable basis. Wood is also a CO2-neutral material. Not only standing trees, but also timber products, like PLYWOOD, act as a CO2-sink. Plywood is light and requires little energy for processing.
Moreover, almost all required energy can be generated from wood residues, coming out of the plywood mill. These residues consist of bark, sanding dust, etc., which are not fit for the final product. The burning installations are highly integrated in the overall process of plywood production. That's one part of Sarda's environment consciousness. Sarda always uses raw materials that come from managed forests. The Company is very careful about its footprint and the environmental impact that will take place in producing and transporting a product. Sarda wants all its customers to enjoy a high quality product while doing their part to help the environment.
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