Environmental policy
Environmental policy
Environmental policy

Regalis strives to ensure that our wood is produced legally and from sustainably managed forests.

We participate to the main third party forest certification schemes, and directly carry out a deep and throughout investigation about all our sources in all aspects of the production process , from harvesting and manufacturing of row material.

All our certifications are COC (Chain of Custody) Certifications that track the wood-based products from the forests to the final product. 
We hold the following certificates:

Forest Stewardship Council®

Entreprise enregistrée par un organisme indépendant selon le système OLB Origine et Légalité des Bois © Bureau Veritas Certification

We have also FSC certified products, ask us for more details

Due Diligence

When a third party certification is not available, we carry out a comprehensive investigation of our suppliers and collect all supporting documents needed by importers to exercise the due diligence control.

The core of the ‘due diligence’ notion is to undertake a risk management exercise so as to minimize the risk of placing illegally harvested timber, or timber products containing illegally harvested timber, on the importing market.

In the reserved area of this website we gather updated documents about our suppliers.

In many developing countries the forest sector is an important pillar of the economy.

Beside conservation forests,  also production forest, managed in a substainable way, can maintain their ecological and recreational potential while insuring the valorisation of the wood resources.

It is global interest to protect and maintain forests, but it is also of local interest to benefit of their economic capacity.

Wood is a renewable resource, a well managed forest can bridge the two visions, protection and production.