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Sustainable is the word in today’s climate-positive building products

In search of ways to reduce emissions and preserve the environment, designers are responding to their clients’ growing desires for enhanced sustainability in residential and commercial designs. Millennials are asserting their power as consumers, as designers, and as business and political leaders, and they’re making their values known. These sought after eco-styles are also in demand with conscious consumers who monitor their health, consider the future of the planet and are ready to contribute to its protection.

In its latest Continuing Education Unit, Uniboard presented data from the Nielsen Global Survey of Corporate Social Responsibility. It reveals that 56% of respondents would pay more for products from a company known for its environmental friendliness, and 87% would be more loyal to a company that contributes to social and environmental issues.

Uniboard’s line of Climate Positive Decorative Panels , ranging from deep embossed and synchronized TFL textures, to fire and moisture resistant MDF are manufactured with the environment in mind.

Current eco-conscious décor trends include:

How to bring natural elements to your décor:

Color: Chakra (K74)

Uniboard produces engineered wood panels that are beautiful, efficient, durable, responsible and cost-efficient with a high value proposition:

1. 100 percent utilization of its raw material resources

2. Nurturing perpetually healthier natural forest ecosystems

3. Preserving rare and fragile woods for use in products that can only be made with them

Interested in what makes Uniboard products Climate-Positive? Follow Uniboard’s course online or ask for a face-to-face live session or Webinar with our team.

Climate-Positive Decorative Panels: From Forest Management Material Substitution

Millennial consumers are committed to making environmentally sustainable purchasing choices. But what makes a product truly sustainable? Uniboard’s CEU course presents data to show that thermally fused laminate (TFL) and other wood fiber residues are among the most sustainable building materials on the market. Forest management, the properties that make wood climate positive, efficiencies in the panel manufacturing process, and the criteria and processes behind environmental certification are discussed.

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