Environmentally Sustainable Brands
We love to support brands that practice environmental sustainability because we understand that all of us as individuals leave footprints on this earth that mark our impact on the environment. These are some of our brands' sustainability messages that our team is proud to back.
Sussex Tapware are leaders in the industry when it comes to sustainability. Their brass bars are created from recycled brass shavings leftover from their machining operations, making sure nothing goes to waste. Being the only maker with an Australian foundry, they can melt and re-use this precious resource. Sussex tracks and monitors their energy use as they aim to reduce their consumption by 10% every year.
Caroma, Dorf, Clark, and Methven create products that practice sustainability. These brands contribute to environmental sustainability through the development of products and systems which deliver water-efficient and water-saving solutions in the built environment. This can be seen in these brands' tapware, showers, and toilets. You can find some of their products on our Water Conservation Blogs and Water Saving Product Page.
ADP (Architectural Designer Products) is committed to environmental responsibility and sustainability. ADP ensures to practice sustainable production processes within every aspect of their business. Their environmental philosophy drives every aspect of our manufacturing process. ADP strives to minimise waste and maximise efficiency, whilst maintaining sound environmental practices. They pride themselves on their continual commitment to this area of our business. Read more on ADP's environmentally mindful message here.
Loughlin Furniture, in union with timber suppliers are committed to our forests, our community and our future. They source a proportion of timber from private native forests with the balance procured from NSW State Forestry which is certified under the Australian Forestry Standards Chain of Custody. (AS4707 – 2006). Their supply chains insist that all timber produced from these forests is done so under the principles of Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management, a system developed to sustain the full range of commercial and conservation values of the natural forest diversity within ecological limits, for current and future generations.
Thermogroup provides sustainable heating solutions to many Australian homes. Reducing their use of non-recyclable packaging for their products, and supporting environmental impact initiatives is one of their brand promises.
Our kitchen hardware suppliers, Häfele, continually monitor their use of resources within their operations and production processes. Where they can, Häfele will always waste from production into other areas of the business; for example, unused boards will go into packaging materials. Häfele recycles the waste created from production ensuring they are not disposed of in landfills! Read more here.