Why Artedomus is a trusted name in sustainability. Sustainability has long been an important consideration of architecture and design, but the 2019-20 bushfires in Australia shed a light on sustainability concerns more than ever.
As a trusted name in sustainability, Artedomus is committed to operating in the best interests of the environment, both in its business operations and its partnerships with suppliers.
In our Expert Series, you’ll learn about how Artedomus has implemented sustainability practices and works with suppliers who are environmentally responsible.
Artedomus sustainability statement
The construction of our built environment consumes energy and resources, so it stands to reason that environmental sustainability has become a pressing issue in architecture and design. Artedomus, like many Australian architecture, design and building practices, is working to minimise the impact of buildings on the environment by partnering with suppliers with produce sustainable materials, and by reducing the impact of our day-to-day business operations.
How Artedomus has improved its business operations
All Artedomus offices, warehouses and showrooms operate on green energy and have a comprehensive program for waste management that greatly reduces our contribution to landfill. We are constantly developing new ways to recycle, reduce, and reuse in our day-to-day operations. We have implemented extensive recycling practices, including recycling off-cuts, timber pallets, carboard packaging, masonry, stone, samples and tiles. We also recycle paper and have reduced our printing. We use more environmentally friendly and compostable packaging, such as corrugated cardboard, and have reduced and eliminated the use of bubble wrap and Styrofoam.
Partnering with carbon offset companies, such as Ecosphere in London, we also offset the carbon footprint of our flights.
How Artedomus hold its suppliers accountable
Artedomus has requested that suppliers package their products using less Styrofoam and plastic, and to pack more product into each box or container, thereby reducing the packaging and transportation required.
Artedomus’ stand-out suppliers
INAX shares Artedomus’ concern for the environment. It complies with the strict guidelines of the Japanese Industry Standards (JIS) in regard to the production, composition and waste in the manufacture of its product. INAX recycles tiles during production, reusing any extra pieces or cutoffs in the next batch.
Graniti Fiandre supplies our porcelain panels and tiles and is a zero-emissions company. It has also introduced the revolutionary Active 2.0 treatment that removes pollutants from the air and protects against viruses and bacteria. It is incredibly durable and doesn’t require chemicals to clean it.
Why durability is important to Artedomus
Durability is part of Artedomus’ criteria when selecting suppliers’ products. We stand by the durability and longevity of the products we sell. Like you, we want them to stand the test of time.
Why Artedomus is a trusted name in sustainability
Artedomus has a large range of environmentally friendly products that we are proud to bring to the Australian market. Our suppliers in Europe and Japan comply with very strict guidelines to manufacture products that minimise impact on the environment.