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Ravaioli Legnami has obtained the ISO 5001 (international energy management standard) certification and earned a two-star legality rating from the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM).
All the Company’s materials comply with Timber (EUTR) Regulation EU 995/2010 No 995/2010 on the traceability of timber origin – and FSC®, PEFC, and EPD® certificates are available for the specified materials.
ISO5001 Energy Certification
International Standard that helps ensure access to clean, dependable, and sustainable energy. This ISO-developed voluntary international standard optimises corporate resources while positively impacting the environment.
An indicator of companies’ compliance with high standards of legality. This acknowledgement, issued by the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM), provides a score from 1 to 3 stars. Ravaioli Legnami holds two stars.
The tool through which the European Union combats the trade of illegal timber in its Member States by tracing the origin of raw materials.
CE Certification of conformity of factory production control, in particular, for materials for structural use, such as suspended floors and walkways. The production cycle is monitored from start to finish according to rigorous CE criteria.
Licences and patents
– Välinge licence for profiles with concealed milling.
– RemoClip decking fastening system.
– QuickSun louvre system clip.
The certification for correct chain-of-custody management is issued by the Forest Stewardship Council (an international non-profit NGO), which identifies timber originating from forests managed according to rigorous environmental, social, and economic standards.
Compliance with specific environmental sustainability requirements to protect and safeguard forests. It ensures the protection and preservation of forests, which are strictly monitored.
(Environmental Product Declaration) is a certificate attesting to the environmental performance associated with the life cycle of products or services, taking into account significant variables such as energy and raw material consumption, atmospheric emissions, and waste and refuse production.