We will not trade in timber species prohibited under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
Traceability and Supplier Monitoring
We are developing systems to obtain the clearest practicable information about the source of raw material in our products, so that we can make responsible purchasing decisions and support our customers environmental needs.
We are committed to purchasing timber and timber products from legal sources and may seek evidence of compliance from suppliers that they are operating in accordance with the laws of their country. We unreservedly condemn illegal logging practices and aim to keep ourselves informed of changes in international processes and legislation.
We support international efforts to improve forest management, such as the development of credible timber certification schemes. We recognise that the independent certification of forests and the process chain is the most useful tool for providing assurances that timber comes from legal and well-managed forests. We will only use labels or accept certificates that include environmental or sustainability claims, if they are supported by publicly available standards drawn up in a fully participatory, transparent, and objective manner – backed by independent third-party verification.
We are FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council® ) Chain of Custody certified to supply products originating from responsibly managed forests. We have also PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes) Chain of Custody certified to supply products originating from sustainably managed forests.
We aim to help our customers meet their environmental commitments by providing a range of products that meet the highest environmental standards.
We make every reasonable effort to minimise the environmental impact of our business, as for example by the efficient use of energy and recycling of waste at our manufacturing site.
We train our staff to fulfil their role in our environmental commitments, especially the manufacture and supply of certified products.
Cheshire Mouldings is committed to increasing the proportion of certified products it can supply.
TREATED TIMBER CONTAINING A BIOCIDAL PRODUCT
Control of wood destroying organisms
|Copper Carbonate /
Copper Hydroxide (1.1)
|Wear gloves when handling timber
Avoid inhalation of sawdust
Do not use in contact with drinking water or for direct food contact
|N,N-Didecyl-N,N-dimethylammonium Carbonate / Bicarbonate;
Do not use for animal bedding or in fish ponds or for sheet piling (canal banks)
Dispose of treated wood responsibly
Industrial waste should be disposed of through an authorised waste contractor
THIS WOOD PRESERVATIVE IS A BPR APPROVED PRODUCT