Woven Image has had a long-standing commitment to sustainability and their approaches enable and empower people to make a significant difference. Environmentally-sensitive products and sustainable development have been at the core of their business for over 25 years, well before it became a global necessity. Its because of this commitment, Woven Image pioneered the production of high-performance acoustic finishes and textiles using recycled materials, predominately post-consumer recycled PET.
Since 2004 Woven Image have diverted 4594 tonnes of PET bottles, the equivalent of 230 million 600ml plastic drink bottles, from global landfill and waterways, and saved 5421 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide equivalence (CO²eq) from entering the atmosphere.
By 2025 Woven Image aims to reduce the Global Warming Potential (GWP) of their acoustic portfolio by 50%.
In addition, they subscribe to various third-party verification bodies to certify their products including Global GreenTag GreenRate and Product Health Declarations, Australasia EPD and International Living Future Institute Red List Free and Declare Labels.
They aim to maximise sustainable materials and indoor environment quality credits under key global green building rating tools like Green Star, LEED v4.1, BREEAM® and the WELL Building Standard™.NSW EPA. (2019).
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Woven Image is also committed to a set of core values in the areas of human rights, labour standards, sustainable development, the environment and anti-corruption through the enactment of our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
Loll attained an overall Cradle to Cradle Certified SILVER™ rating for 84% of their product line. Earning Cradle to Cradle SILVER rating in the material health category means the material makeup of our products have undergone a complete review of their human and environmental health characteristics, and have been deemed acceptable or preferable. Plus, all Loll Designs are recycled and recyclable, so its purpose can change again into another useful product when that day comes.
“Since 2005, Loll Designs have recycled more than 120 million milk jugs into modern outdoor furniture.”
Loll is proud member of 1% for the Planet, a global movement of companies donating at least 1% of their annual net revenues to environmental organisations worldwide.
Ophelis operate an environmental management system certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 14001 in order to control the effects on the environment and to continuously improve with regard to environmental protection.
Consistent environmental control is made possible by the balancing of all environmentally relevant parameters such as recycled goods, energy, water and waste.