Keter is a company that holds sustainability at the heart of its business. In 2010 Keter became the first office furniture manufacturer in the world to produce furniture using 100% recycled wood fiber. More than 50% of our products are manufactured with this sustainable material, sourced from sustainably managed forests and responsibly managed tree farms. We have also set ambitious targets for reducing our environmental footprint by reducing CO2 emissions and energy use throughout our value chain. The company’s sustainability efforts aim to achieve a better for the environment and its citizens, as well as end-users, designers, retailers, and investors.
In 2009 Keter won its second consecutive Red Dot Award in the Product Design category. This followed an iF Design Award won in 2008. The awards praised Keter’s design of its innovative ‘Bottoms Up’ office range, which helps reduce waste while making it easier to produce attractive and more economical products. The Bottoms Up range is made from 100% recycled wood fiber. has also won various awards in Europe and North America for its sustainable products.
Keter’s sustainability efforts focus on using or avoiding resources as far down the production line as possible. It is achieved through a combination of sustainably managed raw materials and energy-saving technologies. The company believes this approach is key to its future success while continuing to offer a wide range of stylish, functional furniture with innovative design. In 2010, Keter announced that it would begin manufacturing most of its products using 100% recycled wood fiber. As an Italian manufacturer, Keter wanted to show its commitment to recognizing the valuable natural resource of trees and putting them to good use, more information click here.