Wood from sustainable plantations

Garnica is a leader and force for change in the transition toward local and sustainable raw materials over imported tropical woods.
Our process uses local poplar, pine and eucalyptus wood from European plantations located mainly in Spain and France.

Poplar, an ally in the fight against climate change

Poplar is one of the species that has the greatest CO2 absorption on the planet, averaging 22 tons per hectare/year. Poplar is also outstanding for its rapid growth and water purification ability. This in turn means products derived from poplar are large carbon dioxide collectors. Every m3 of panel absorbs 650-700 of CO2, returning significant amounts of oxygen into the atmosphere.

The culture of the circular economy and zero waste

Circularity of processes and minimization of waste are two fundamental objectives for Garnica. We’re committed to a lean production model based on sustainability and continuous improvement, leveraging the full range of available resources by integrating by-products into our processes or providing them for use in other industries.

Promotion of rural areas

Garnica's locations in rural areas contribute to job creation and quality of life improvements in local environments.

Our centers, located mainly in cities with fewer than 5,000 residents, create secure jobs that allow people to settle, expand services and improve the area’s infrastructure.

Social responsibility

Garnica conducts numerous initiatives in several areas as a part of our commitment to society.

We work with specific programs that support training inside and outside the company to improve the health, diversity and equality of the Garnica team. We also collaborate with local organizations to respond to social needs.

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