Recycled Timber Flooring
Our Recycled Timber Flooring that tells a story
Euroak Flooring® We respect nature and its beauty. Our exclusive range of recycled timber application includes salvage architectural timber, damage timber “wood” pallets, re-milling recycled timber of Australian hardwoods and railway sleepers. These stunning timber are up-cycled and revitalised to create beautiful, bespoke range of inspired products including decorative timber wall features “panels”, timber ceiling, hardwood flooring, decorative timber screens, dinning, coffee tables and rustic timber chairs, limited only by your imagination.
Recycled Timber Flooring
Is the process of turning waste timber flooring into usable products. Recycling timber flooring is a practice that was popularised in the early 1990s, as issues such as deforestation and climate change prompted both timber suppliers and consumers to turn to a more sustainable timber source. Recycling timber flooring is the environmentally friendliest form of timber production and is very common in countries such as Australia and New Zealand where supplies of old wooden structures are plentiful.
Recycled Wood Flooring
Recycling timber flooring or wood flooring, has become popular due to its image as an environmentally friendly product. Common belief among consumers is that by purchasing recycled wood, However, the demand for “green timber” will fall and ultimately benefit the environment. Greenpeace also view recycled timber as an environmentally friendly product. The arrival of recycled timber. In fact as a construction product has been important in both raising industry and consumer. Another awareness towards deforestation and promoting timber mills to adopt more environmentally friendly practices.
International Timber Standards
- FSC-certified (a Forest Stewardship Council certification is internationally recognised as the most rigorous environmental and social standard for responsible forest management)
- PEFC-accredited (the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification is the world’s largest forest certification system)
- Australian Forestry Standard’s COC-certified (Chain of Custody tracks a wood or forest product from its origin in a certified forest through it its end use by the consumer)
Our main timber species are: Australian Blackbutt, Sydney Blue Gum, Iron Bark, NSW and QLD Spotted Gum also Old Traditional French Oak
Depending on the levels of FSC-certified wood in your products, and the scope of your certificate, you may need to combine your chain of custody standard with additional standards – essentially, extra requirements you’ll need to meet.
The FSC 100% label signifies that a product is made entirely from FSC-certified forest material.
The FSC Mix label lets people know that certified wood has been supplemented with non-certified materials. However, this non-certified material needs to adhere to a certain standard: either the reclaimed wood standard or the controlled wood standard.
Engineered Recycled Timber Flooring
This product made from damaged timber pallets recycled and re-milled and chemical free treatments
Product Name: Old Schol
Product ID: OLS55
Size: 1130 x 126 x15/4
Treatments: Brushed, Distressed and Aged
Surface Finishing: MIROTON UV Oil
Subtract: Multi-layer Eucalyptus plywood.
Label denotes that a product is made entirely from recycled or reclaimed material, subject to requirements concerning the purchasing, verification, and classification of the reclaimed material. At least 85 per cent of reclaimed material must be verified as having been recycled following consumer use to qualify for the FSC Recycled label.
FSC policies and standards
Aim to make the greatest possible contribution to forest stewardship worldwide. FSC works to be recognised as the global centre of excellence in the development of international standards for forest certification. The FSC International Center sets the framework for the development and maintenance of international, national and sub-national FSC standards.
Chain of Custody Certificate
Consumers are increasingly concerned with choosing products that are responsibly sourced and made. FSC chain of custody certification allows companies to use the FSC label, giving consumers assurance about the origin of the products they buy.
If you’re a business hoping to enter markets that are particularly environmentally and socially aware, chain of custody certification is an essential credential. Achieving certification is also a great way to demonstrate compliance with public and private sector procurement policies – Green Building Council and Living Building Challenge – that specify environmentally responsible materials.