The risks of “climate change” and “greenhouse effect” have become imprinted phrases every time environmental issues are mentioned. So where do these hidden come from? Most of them come from the impact of industries, of which the wood industry is also a factor contributing to that wind. SSR VINA is not an outsider in upholding sustainable values in the formation of wood products and environmental protection.

Learn about the impact of the timber industry on the environment

  • Energy and resource consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and weakens biodiversity

Exploitation, processing, packaging, and transportation,… including the stage of using wood protection chemicals before owning a wooden furniture product affects large energy and resources (forest resources, water resources, land resources) along with emitting a significant amount of greenhouse gases into the environment,  These have contributed to climate change globally, undermining biodiversity. If non-renewable energy sources such as coal, gas, or petroleum continue to be used, this situation will worsen.

  • Generating waste that pollutes the environment

The timber industry generates a large amount of solid and liquid waste. Poor waste management can lead to serious environmental pollution. Implementing a system for processing biological waste can convert organic waste into renewable energy sources.

  • Cause wastefulness

The wood production process often results in significant wastage, including unused portions and products that do not meet quality standards during processing. Focusing on waste reduction and promoting recycling can conserve precious resources and minimize negative environmental impacts. Wood processing should have a specific strategy to utilize leftovers, such as using wood chips for plywood production and sawdust for making fertilizer for crops, to maximize the value of raw materials and ensure sustainability in wood production.

SSR VINA upholds the value of sustainability in the formation of wood products and environmental protection

  • Biomass

Biomass fuel is designed to ensure sustainability and environmental friendliness, delivering high quality while being efficient and cost-effective.

Wood Pellets: Made from waste products such as wood chips and sawdust, compacted into small, hard pellets.

Pini Kay Briquettes: Considered ecological hot wood since the raw materials used to produce pini kay wood are usually various agricultural and forestry wastes, such as tree branches, straws, rice husks, logs, wood scraps,…

Charcoal: Made from wood through the process of drying wood (separating the carbon element from other components, mainly water vapor and volatile substances), still keep a part retains part of the structure of wood cells.

Sawdust: Is an organic material derived from wood, bamboo, and schizostachyum aciculare. This is a by-product of wood processing and is usually formed after the wood has been sawn into panels or treated wood.

Biomass fuel used as fuel for boilers helps hundreds of businesses save significant costs and contributes significantly to protecting the environment from bad emissions from other raw materials. Sawdust is an important raw material in the field of furniture production, used to make plywood or pressed to make chairs, tables, and cabinets at a cheaper price than chairs and cabinets made of wood.

  • Finger joint board

The finger joint board was created to take advantage of chip stone, so this is a very environmentally friendly product, reducing the user’s demand for natural wood products.

A look at the types of finger joint boards SSR VINA distributes

Pine finger joint board:

Ash finger joint board:

OAK finger joint board:

Eucalyptus finger joint board:

Sapele finger joint board: 

Rubberwood finger joint board:

Acacia finger joint board:

Bamboo press wood board

Finger joint boards are widely used in the design and construction of furniture, including household furniture, offices, and schools,… with products: tables, cabinets, shelves, beds, doors, stairs, flooring, wall panels, and partitions,… Finger joint boards are typically more cost-effective compared to solid natural wood in the market, making them accessible and easy for consumers to purchase and use.

In general, timber harvesting, if carried out by the law, ensures safety, and a plan to replant forests after harvesting, will not harm the environment. On the contrary, if logging is illegal, indiscriminate, unsafe, and does not pay attention to reforestation, it will lead to environmental destruction. SSR VINA accompanies the noble goal of promoting sustainable value in the production of wood products and environmental protection.

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