Case stories

Case stories

19 May 2017

Essex Business School

Construction

Essex Business School is the UK’s first zero-carbon business school. The use of timber significantly contributed to this exceptional achievement.

19 May 2017

William Perkin Church of England High School

Construction

Changing from a concrete frame to a PEFC-certified cross laminated timber (CLT) and glulam construction, William Perkin High School has reduced the embodied carbon of the superstructure by 1,500 tonnes of CO2.

19 May 2017

Ickburgh Special Educational Needs School

Construction

Ickburgh Special Educational Needs School for pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) consists of a three-storey CLT superstructure made from PEFC-certified wood, that enabled the building time to be reduced by 20%.

5 October 2016

Sananitos, sustainable packaging. Plus fun!

Packaging

Drasanvi, a Spanish company and leader in the natural dietary supplements market, uses the PEFC label on the packaging of many of their products. Environmental care is one important pillar of Drasanvi’s CSR. The company considers it necessary to preserve the environment in every step of the production chain, and therefore always requires its printing and packaging providers to deliver materials from responsibly-managed forests.

23 August 2016

Mäihä leads the way for PEFC project certification in Scandinavia

Project certification

The first building awarded with PEFC project certification in Scandinavia, Mäihä, a wooden apartment block, was unveiled at the Seinäjoki Housing Fair in Finland, 2016. 

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