We are FSC Chain of custody (CoC) Certified, FSC chain of custody certification verifies that FSC-certified material has been identified and separated from non-certified and non-controlled material as it makes its way along the supply chain from A all the way through to B. To achieve chain of custody certification, our business meets FSC-STD-40-004 Chain of Custody Certification standard. We have and are happy to show or issue a copy for our FSC Forest Stewardship Council Certificate.
We support the use of legal and sustainable forest timber products, to show our commitment to this we have independent third-party certification based on the FSC Standard. As given in our Environmental Policy. All our timber products timber cladding, weatherboarding, rainscreen, siding, decking, flooring C24, planed wood mouldings (PSE, DAR, PAR, DAR, PAO, S4S) are all covered in the scope of the FSC Certificate.
Our Customers are increasingly concerned with choosing products that are responsibly sourced and made. FSC chain of custody certification allows companies to use the FSC label, assuring consumers about the origin of the products we supply.
We are continuously supplying markets that are particularly environmentally and socially aware, a chain of custody certification is an essential credential.
Showing our certification is also a great way to demonstrate compliance with public and private sector procurement policies – such as the EU Ecolabel, Green Star, Estidam, US Green Building Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design (LEED) – that specify environmentally responsible materials.
This makes it easier when working with some of the main environmental assessment methods for building and related products e.g BREEAM, LEED, BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method)
does this through third-party Governments Responsible Timber Procurement Policy, Timber Procurement Policy (TPP): prove legality and sustainability Comply with the TPP and check documentary evidence to show that timber is legal and sustainable: for government procurers and suppliers.
EU-TR European Union Timber Regulation
Regulation (EU) No 995/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 October 2010 laying down the obligations of operators who place timber and timber products on the market – also known as the EU Timber Regulation or EUTR counters the trade in illegally harvested timber and timber products through three key obligations:
Once on the market, the timber and timber products may be sold and/or transformed before they reach the final consumer. To facilitate the traceability of timber products, economic operators in this part of the supply chain (referred to as traders in the regulation) have an obligation to
The Regulation covers a wide range of timber products listed in its Annex, using EU Customs code nomenclature.
The Regulation entered into application on 3 March 2013.
Puidukoda OÜ FSC 2016-01 (1)