Our Sustainability Partners
From January 2022, we started working with Ecologi who are planting a tree for every furniture set that we sell; these are trackable on our dedicated website. We have also arranged to plant trees for sets sold in 2021 showing further commitment to our sustainability pledge. Through Ecologi, we are supporting carbon offset projects and contributing towards a more sustainable environment in the future.
We are proud members of Planet Mark and work with them to understand and mitigate our Co2 output. We are establishing best practice policies and exploring approaches to tackling and advancing sustainable solutions. As part of our partnership with Planet Mark we are committed to reducing our footprint year on year across our business practices.
Through Planet Mark, Bramblecrest has protected an area of endangered rainforest thanks to Cool Earth; a charity working alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation. Our pledge through Cool Earth goes directly towards supporting the Asháninka community in Central Peru.
As a member of the Leisure and Outdoor Furniture Association (LOFA), we are delighted to provide quality products and service in accordance with the LOFA Code of Practice. To comply with LOFA’s regulations, all Bramblecrest products are designed and manufactured in accordance with British law and environmental standards.
Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade
All our timber furniture is sourced from legal and sustainable sources. Our Java Teak from Indonesia is fully compliant under the UK Timber Regulation which ensures that timber is imported under the FLEGT (Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade) licensing scheme.
UK Timber Regulation
Our Java teak range from Indonesia is fully UK Timber Regulation (UKTR) compliant.
Bramblecrest is proud to be a ‘zero-to-landfill’ company where our waste streams are disposed of in the most responsible and sustainable manner. Waste streams are either confidentially destroyed (shredded and sent off for recycling), recycled into new products or sent off to a waste-to-energy plant to generate electricity – nothing is sent to landfill.