Eco Timber Doors and Windows is based in Swansea, South Wales, and provides high quality, bespoke timber products. Their products are naturally beautiful, durable, and long-lasting. Eco Timber Doors and Windows offer various styles, from traditional, to rustic, or contemporary.
Eco Timber’s craftsmen don’t only create doors and windows for their clients, and can also deliver made-to-order gates, conservatories, garage doors, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens, reception area furniture, and shop fronts.
Eco Timber Doors and Windows and The Environment
Eco Timber Doors and Windows sources only the best wood for its bespoke wood products. Having recognised the importance of environmental concern in manufacturing, the company makes sure to find the best wood, certified by the right people. In order to ensure that all of its products are of the highest quality, and have the least impact upon the environment, they source materials from properly managed, sustainable forests. Providing FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)-certified products is of utmost importance to Eco Timber Doors and Windows.
Economic and Environmental Responsibility
Many of the forests from which Eco Timber Doors and Windows sources its materials are not only responsible for sustaining the local eco-system, but the area’s economy, too. Understanding its responsibilities, the company sees its duty of care to the economy and the environment as a top priority. With constant communication with the FSC, and local woodland initiatives such as Coed Cymru and Wood Knowledge Wales, Eco Timbers can make sure it is doing the best it can for all.
Eco Timber Doors and Windows is always aiming to reduce its overall impact upon the environment. To achieve this aim, they are always sure to understand, quantify, and systematically manage their own environmental effects to avoid, minimise, mitigate, or offset their impact.
Eco Timber uses its ongoing envionmental management plan, which involves setting demanding but achievable performance targets and objectives to maintain its compliance with all relevant legislation, its continual improvement of its environmental performance, and the management of its environmental effects.