The wood used in indoor spaces should not endanger the health of consumers. That means eliminating the use of certain potentially harmful additives like formaldehyde.
Formaldehyde is the most common volatile organic compound in indoor air. It is an eye, nose and throat irritant recognized since 2004 by the WHO as a known carcinogen of the nasopharynx and nasal cavities.
The formaldehyde emissions from our bio-based resins are 10 times lower than those of UF composite panels (E1) and comparable to emissions from natural wood. With the plant-based Green-Ultimate™ solution, composite wood is as safe as a natural product.
According to a study from the Indoor Air Quality Observatory in France, certain pollutants are only found inside home and their concentrations can be up to 15 higher inside than they are outside.
Choosing wood for your interior must be a healthy and responsible decision and this requires for an entirely ecofriendly product design.
The urea-formaldehyde resin often found in composite wood panels contributes to a larger carbon footprint and therefore to global warming. Replacing it with eco-designed resin helps significantly reduce the environmental impact.
Evertree relies on a network of local sunflower and rapeseed producers to keep transport-related CO2 emissions to a minimum. To optimize these natural resources, the oilcakes resulting from cooking oil extraction are used to make our adhesive solutions.
We are the first in the composite wood industry to guarantee safe and environmentally responsible sourcing, production and distribution methods for our interiors.
End products that are as healthy for consumers as natural products
Using by-products for responsible production
Locally sourced raw materials, for a reduced carbon footprint
Excellent performance, identical to that of synthetic materials
Partnerships with committed companies
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