Anyone who, like us, manufactures products from natural materials knows that we must work with nature, not against it. Our more than 140-year family history gives a measure of the importance we attach to the principles of sustainability in our daily work. So it comes as no surprise that we were the first parquet brand in Germany to be 100% PEFC certified. In concrete terms, it means that the majority of the wood we use is sourced from within Europe. In this way, we can achieve short transport distances with a significantlyreduced ecological footprint. 2/3 of the spruce we use for the subconstruction of HARO PARQUET even comes directly from the surrounding area.
Our state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies are a step in the right direction - also from an environmental point of view: they ensure an efficient utilisation of the raw materials and thus help to prevent the waste of valuable resources.Our commitment to sustainability is also reflected in our energy supply: already since 1971 we have been using the waste wood from our production to generate green energy, which we not only use for our own company, but also feed into the local power grid.Hamberger was one of the first companies in the woodworking industry to be certified according to DIN EN 14001 in 1998 and has been validated to the EU Eco Audit: As a company proudly rooted in the Bavarian region - and in a long tradition - we live by high environmental standards as you can immediately see from the "Blue Angel" eco label awarded to our products.
Sustainability & Environment
Dedicated to sustainability for more than 140 years