Our world vision is centred around the human factor.
And protecting the environment is a fundamental responsibility for all humankind. This why we have been working for years on the development of projects and processes which care for the relationship between humankind and nature, with the goal of generating the least environmental impact possible.
Through its commitment to sustainability and its goal to minimise the impact of production on the environment, the Puricelli Group is conformant with the most stringent quality standards, and its products are certified in accordance with the latest standards and regulations in effect in each individual market.
Creating liveable environments with every care and attention for the well-being of persons is the core goal of our research operations, the results of which are clearly evident in our production process.
Through the responsible and meticulous selection of raw materials, and its commitment to innovation, the company creates products meeting the most stringent quality standards.
Being sustainable means more than simply protecting the environment, but also adopting a responsible approach in the definition of production process and in every single decision made in the day-to-day operations of the group.
For us, this means adapting how we work to minimise our impact on the environment, recycling correctly and protecting the health and safety of everyone who works with us and chooses our products.
The production process
The Puricelli Group production process is founded on green principles such as choosing suppliers who share our commitment to the environment.
The company is certified for the FSC® chain of custody (FSC-C115064) and uses cellulose-based raw materials sourced from controlled and responsibly managed forests.
Since 2007, the company has no longer used phenol as a raw material in its process, and has employed environmentally friendly thermosetting resins instead. Our commitment to eliminating this hazardous raw material was a natural decision for us, and a logical consequence of the fact that the safety of our workforce and those who use our products is and has always been a priority.
Puricelli Group products contain no harmful substances for the environment or human health.
Our products contain none of the SVHC (Substance of very high concern) substances included in the candidate list of the REACH regulation or other harmful substances in concentrations exceeding 0.1% p/p, which means that the Puricelli Group is not required to issue safety date sheets accompanying its products.
Puricelli Group laminates do not contain chlorine, halogenated compounds, phthalates or polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, and contain no traces of heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury, lead or chrome.
They are not subject to the requirements of CARB regulations.
They have a formaldehyde emissions classification of E1.
They have a VOC emissions classification of A+.
Being sustainable means more than simply protecting the environment, but also adopting a responsible approach in the definition of production process and in every single decision made in the day-to-day operations of the group. As a result of a conscious decision to revise its production processes, selecting more responsible suppliers and analysing the environmental impact of the processes themselves, in 2007 the Puricelli Group stopped using phenol as a raw material in its process, employing environmentally friendly thermosetting resins instead.