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As a dedicated furniture maker and environmentally conscious craftsman, I place great importance on the sustainability and eco-friendliness of my work.


One of the ways I put this into practice is by carefully sorting all of my leftover wood based on the amount of chemicals it contains. This includes materials like glue in plywood, particleboard, and MDF, or even the old paint from recycled furniture.

This process is crucial to ensure that the dirty, non-combustible wood remains separated from the clean, combustible wood. This allows me to make the most of reusable and recyclable materials while simultaneously minimizing the impact on the environment. Keeping these materials separate enables me to responsibly process leftover wood and maintain a sustainable approach to my work.

I am confident that small efforts like these can make a significant difference in reducing waste and promoting eco-friendly practices in the furniture industry. It contributes to conserving natural resources and reducing the ecological footprint, reflecting my dedication to craftsmanship with respect for our planet.

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