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Greenlam Industries is today’s product built with tomorrow’s sensibilities. At Greenlam Industries, we manufacture laminates that progressively reduce the consumption of wood in the manufacture of furniture. We make a responsible use of resources and processes with the objective to reduce waste, make a complete utilization of natural resources and enhance business sustainability. We do not employ toxic inputs or materials that may be considered unhealthy for ecology, employees, society or users. We have invested in responsible processes as a result of which not a single day’s production has been lost on account of environmental non-compliance; as an extension of this reality, all our emissions and wastes have been within statutory guidelines. We strengthened our environment responsibly through the annual planting of at least 200,000 saplings, helping grow more trees in a year than we are likely to consume in a decade. We instituted a stringent health and safety policy resulting in a comprehensive compliance with government regulations.
The product is tested and scientifically proven to have low chemical emissions
Gold Standard for Chemical Emissions for Building Materials, Finishes and Furnishings
First Indian brand to be certified by Green Label, Singapore.
First Indian Brand to get certified with FSC® chain of Custody Certification. (Ask about FSC® Certified Products)
Sustainable forest management certification
Certification for food safety with focus on food, water, indoor air and environment
Rating tool that helps to assesses the performance of building against certain nationally acceptable benchmarks
Greenlam Industries has been certified with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS certifications for all its units.
Member of Indian Green Building Council
We do not use urea in our laminate manufacturing process.
Our products are environment friendly
Greenlam Industries Limited has registered itself against the Extended Producers Responsibility (EPR) under Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2022, according to which it is the responsibility of Producers, Importers and Brand-owners to ensure processing of their plastic packaging waste through recycling, re-use or end of life disposal.
This is in line with the guidelines notified by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change and aimed in improving accountability, traceability and transparency of fulfilment of EPR Obligations. The issuing authority for this EPR is CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board).