The FSC® trademark identifies products containing wood from forests that are managed correctly and responsibly according to strict environmental, social and economic standards established and approved by the Forest Stewardship Council®.
The FSC® is an international, independent, not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organisation, and includes environmental and social groups, indigenous communities, forest owners, wood processing and marketing industries, scientists and technicians, all of whom work together to improve forest management worldwide.
The FSC® has set up a system of voluntary and independent certification and operates at an international level. It has at its core standards for traceability of products.
Traceability refers to the identification of all the steps from the source forest to the finished product (chain of custody – COC). Only companies holding a valid COC certificate can mark their products with the FSC® trademark, which is considered the most credible forest certification standard.
Requesting, selecting and buying FSC®-certified products means contributing directly to the growth of an ethical, responsible and virtuous system, stimulating the certification of new forest areas and new wood processing companies.
Certified products are supplied on request