Borg employs environmental policies and procedures with utmost integrity. Our manufacturing facility has taken great care to ensure that our consumption of water and energy is minimised. Holding Chain of Custody certification with internationally recognised organisations promotes responsible stewardship of the worlds forests.
Chain of Custody (CoC) is the process of tracking wood and forest products originating in certified forests through all phases of ownership, transportation and manufacturing from defined forest acres to the final product and delivery to the end consumer. Borg is Chain of Custody (CoC) certified under the Australian Forestry Standard. Our CoC certification assists to reassure our customers that certified products purchased from us are from legal, well-managed forests.
The Australian Forestry Standard (AFS) - AS 4708, is the leading management standard of the Australian Forest Certification Scheme (AFCS), which has over 7.8 million Certified hectares of native forests and plantations in Australia. The AFCS also includes a Chain of Custody Standard - AS 4707, to track forest and wood products through the supply chain.
These Australian Standards® are recognised by Standards Australia and are internationally recognised through the endorsement and mutual recognition of PEFC. All products displaying the AFS label are products from independently Certified organisations that are identified by the unique Certification number under the AFS trademark logo.
The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes (PEFC) was launched in 1999. PEFC is a framework for the mutual recognition of credible national or regional forest Certification schemes which have been developed to meet internationally recognised requirements for sustainable forest management. Over 209 million hectares of forests are currently Certified under the PEFC - which is the world’s largest forest Certification scheme.