Sustainably sourced materials: Outdoor collections from MGBlair

MGBlair, a U.S.-based distributor of furnishings manufactured specifically for outdoor hospitality environments, received Forest Stewardship Council’s Single Chain of Custody Certification, highlighting the company’s use of sustainably sourced materials for its Haven and Core collections. The certification is a stringent verification process providing credible assurance for products with environmentally and socially responsible sources access to the market.

MGBlair has five outdoor hospitality collections: Haven, Atoll, Agave, Core and Slim. In addition to the Haven and Core collections, MGBlair’s Slim collection is made with high-density polyethylene resin wicker and an aluminum frame that are both 100 percent recyclable. The company’s Atoll collection is created with responsibly sourced, sustainable, chemical-free materials. 

FSC also promotes forest certification, promoting environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests.

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