Waste is an inevitable part of any manufacturing process, so in 2019 we unveiled our biomass burner facility, which has allowed us to achieve 0% board waste to landfill.

Managing our waste.

Eliminating landfill.

In 2016 we set ourselves a challenge to reduce and if possible, totally eliminate our waste to landfill. Since then, we have invested £1M into a state of the art, 1.75MW biomass burner facility and are incredibly proud to become the UK’s 1st washroom panel manufacturer to achieve 0% board waste to landfill.

Our waste is made up of MDF, HPL and solid grade laminate offcuts. With the renewable energy produced from burning waste material, we can now heat our entire manufacturing facility and office buildings independently, removing the need for old conventional gas-fired heating.

The cost of energy and the issue of carbon emissions are high on our environmental agenda so we’re continually searching for ways to reduce energy consumption across all of our facilities. We know our responsibility and Venesta is totally committed to making a positive impact on the environment.

Our FSC Certification

Sustainably sourced products.

As our customer, you can be confident that our materials and products have been checked at every stage of processing to ensure we are sourcing from sustainable and ethical sources. We only purchase wood-based panel products from suppliers who are independently certified from either FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) or PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification).

Our V3 Veneer range is FSC MIX certified with a full chain of custody available for our customers.

Laminate product materials are supplied to us as an FSC accredited product under ‘FSC Controlled Wood’. Certificates are available to our customers upon request to demonstrate this

Download our FSC MIX Certificate

Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking.

Policy Statement.

Venesta Ltd remains committed to driving out acts of modern day slavery and human trafficking within its business, and from within its supply chain. The Company acknowledges responsibility to the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

The company considers slavery and human trafficking as part of the company supplier approved process. Imported goods from sources outside of the UK and EU are potentially more at risk for slavery and human trafficking issues. Although a minority of the company’s supplies are from outside of the UK and EU, the level of management controls over these suppliers are closely monitored.

The company will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.

The company Directors have been assigned the responsibility for implementing this policy statement and its objectives, and will provide adequate resources, training and investment to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within the company or within its supply chains.

This policy is reviewed annually by the Directors to ensure its continuing suitability, and at other times, following any changes to the Company organisational structure, business activities or procedures.

This policy is available to interested parties, including the general public via the company’s website.