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BIO: Biodegradable and compostable

A thermopolymer of natural origin, with a biological base, completes the trilogy of new materials that we are incorporating to continue leading our sector in sustainability. It does not come from fossil fuels, but is produced by living microorganisms, and offers a sustainability profile similar to that of wood. It is recyclable, biodegradable and compostable. The new bioplastic debuts in our catalog with a lounge chair for relaxation spaces that is part of the Nuez collection. The design maintains its enveloping character and features a high back that...

Circular ONE®, the importance of a yarn

Andreu World has developed an innovative collection of 100% recycled and recyclable fabric, with a low environmental impact. For the creation of this fabric, recycled plastic collected from PET bottles and textile waste is used as the raw material, which allows the consumption of natural resources to be minimized and circular economy criteria is applied, turning waste into a high-quality material. It is named Circular ONE® and they offer quality and durability for intensive use in upholstery. By manufacturing yarn from recycled material, we also achieve a...

Pure ECO: the most sustainable recyclable material

Pure ECO is the most sustainable material of the year according to Interior Design magazine, which has presented it a “Best of Year Award” in the Environmental Impact category. Sourced from thermopolymer pieces that have completed their life cycle and industrial scraps, Pure ECO is a step forward in our efforts to make rational and intelligent use of materials. A sustainable material since its inception until the end of its useful life and then to be born again. 100% recycled content and 100% recyclable. We not only take advantage of waste generated in the...

LEVEL 2, one more step towards sustainable design

Andreu World has incorporated the LEVEL2®certification into its designs, the international standard that promotes the social responsibilityof furniture and represents the maximum guarantee of transparency in the production process for the industrial equipment. This standard - created by BIFMA (Association of Institutional and Business Furniture Manufacturers of North America) - allows for a more open and transparent assessment of the environmental and social impacts that originate in the manufacture of furniture and serves as a reference for architects,...

Level Certification, another step forward in our sustainability journey

Andreu World has obtained the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers’ (BIFMA) level® certification. This internationally recognized certification program has been created to provide an open and transparent means of assessing the environmental and social impacts of furniture products. Currently, level® is the most rigorous sustainability and environmental impact certification program within the international furniture industry. To achieve the certification, Andreu World had to demonstrate compliance with the ANSI/BIFMA e3 Furniture...

Ecology and sustainability of wood

According to the organizationWWF Adena a very high percentage of international consumption of the wood comes from regions where illegal and unsustainable logging are internationally recognized, such as the Amazon, the Congo Basin, Southeast Asia, Europe This problem and Russia. The use of non-certified wood can have a negative impact on forests, especially for those species that are threatened or that come from regions affected by poor forest management, illegal logging and deforestation. A poor wood selection contributes to the disappearance of forests, where...
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