Kronos pavers are produced in manufacturing plants with environmental management systems compliant to ISO 14001:2004 and EMAS (European Council Regulation 761/2001) and which have received the prestigious ecological mark ECOLABEL (EU Regulation 2002/272/EC). These environmental standards relate to safeguarding the environment and undertaking continuous improvement in environmental standards for both products and manufacturing sites and ensuring thehealthcare of the workforce.
Conserving the planets resources is a shared mission at Bison Deck Supports. As an environmentally conscious company, they demonstrate this commitment in everything they do – from product design and manufacturing to packaging and delivery, to internal business operations. Bison Innovative Products are dedicated to providing products that are manufactured in an environmentally sensitive and efficient manner. Their focus is to create roof deck systems and green roof environments that not only are functional and beautiful, but help to support the environment. Bison Wood Tiles utilize wood sources that have been harvested in an environmentally responsible method, designed to preserve and enhance the economic viability of rainforest hardwoods. Their preassembled wood tiles utilize two-foot slats so remnants from other manufacturers are used – furthering the efficient use of materials and reducing waste. Bison Massaranduba Wood Tiles are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
We start with Italian porcelain that is manufactured without the use of harmful chemicals, varnishes and resins. This ensures that Mbrico products will never release toxic gases, even when exposed to flames. Further, we ensure that each component is built to meet LEED standards, meaning you can earn up to 10 LEED credits for using Mbrico. And, our commitment to sustainability carries through over the life of your deck- unlike lumber, plastic, composite, or concrete alternatives that need to be replaced frequently, Mbrico decks are designed to last a lifetime on your property, instead of in a landfill.
Sill Plate is a tough, versatile pressure-treated lumber. Like borate-treated lumber, it’s guaranteed to stop termites and prevent decay, plus it’s compatible with carbon steel (black iron) fasteners. But unlike borate-treated lumber, it requires no special handling. ProWood's sill plate lumber is both reliable and easy to work with, combining the advantage of several green certifications with the power to stand up to decades of pests and the elements. Sill plate MCA (micronized copper azole) treated lumber is approved for any aboveground exterior application. Whenever the situation calls for superior quality pressure-treated lumber, consider the product that can handle it all.
S.I. Storey Lumber Company believes their practices are sound and environmentally friendly. Most of their employees live near where they work or have multi-generational ties to the area in which they operate. The company grew up here and still lives here. This is their neighborhood and they take pride in that. They take care of their surroundings and believe in the product they produce. One of the advantages of wood is that it is the best insulator of all structural building materials, with millions of tiny air cells trapped within its cellular structure providing a barrier against heat and cold. An inch of wood is 15 times as efficient an insulator as concrete, 400 times as efficient as steel, and 1,770 times as efficient as aluminum. So, homes and other buildings built with wood require far less energy to heat and cool, thus conserving fossil fuels and coal. Another benefit of using wood is that it is reusable, recyclable, and biodegradable.
Tournesol Modular Green Roof Products: The developments in putting green roofs on buildings is helping to give legs to the whole green building movement. While the concept is at heart an environmental one, it is far more practical to the technology than casual observers realize. Green Roof Components by Tournesol Siteworks are simple to specify, practical for both the owner as well as the installing contractor, providing solutions that allow for flexibility and still keep costs low.