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Boa-Franc response

Author: Boa-Franc, Published on: 20 September 2019

Our corporate values and strategies have been geared toward sustainable development for 35 years now. We are concerned about the planet and its resources, we want to contribute to communities and their economic development, and we are more committed than ever to securing the best possible quality of life for our fellow citizens for today and tomorrow.

Our commitment to sustainable development is reflected in our ongoing funding for reforestation, use of nontoxic products as well as recycling 100% of our cutting waste in our manufacturing processes, and continuous innovation in the research and development of tomorrow’s products.

For the protection of the environment and communities in South America, we have taken the decision to no longer procure any lumber that originates from South America effective immediately.

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This is a response from the following companies: Boa-Franc