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Greenbow - our sustainable agenda

Calligaris Group, the historic Made in Italy Design Group, is determined to make a difference on the issue of sustainability.

The Greenbow - our sustainable agenda program aims to structure and organize corporate activities dedicated to this theme by acting on 2 fronts: on the Product, creating green furnishings, composed of natural and recycled materials and thinking about circularity, and on the Company system, for a sustainable approach to product development, production and distribution.

Greenbow is based on the application of analytical indicators that allow the Group to define objectives and measure the progress of structured actions to achieve them thanks to the contribution of the entire organization.

With Greenbow, Calligaris Group wants to give substance to sustainability initiatives: "We do not immediately promise you 100% green in everything, but certainly 100% commitment and transparency to make our contribution to a sustainable future".

From the product front, comes the most interesting news. Thanks to the application of a real mathematical formula - an indicator of sustainable development - the Group is able to define the exact percentage of sustainability of an article, composing several parameters together:

The indicator will take into account different aspects like materials of natural or recycled origin and the "circularity" understood as level of recyclability of the compounds themselves, the ease of disassembly, the performance of the product in terms of durability and "chemical" safety of the materials used.
For the evaluation of the materials of natural origin, are taken into consideration (not exhaustively) materials such as organic cotton or other natural fibers and FSC® wood  (FSC-C002023). Request our FSC certified products.
For recycled materials, instead, we consider the recycled post industrial or post consumer plastic, the exclusive Eco Stone and other materials studied by the research and development team.