For thousands of years people have been preoccupied with how the time of year when a tree is felled influences the quality of the timber. Felled wood is ...
The word is on everyone’s lips: Sustainability. And it was actually forestry that introduced the idea to the world.
Sustainability was first formulated as a principle in German forestry in the 18th century. The first recorded thought on sustainability came from Hans Carl von Carlowitz (1645-1714), a Saxon chief miner from Freiberg.
Today, on Sustainability Day, we at Thoma are more convinced than ever of the concept of a circular economy. For us, there is no alternative to making the economy and industry fit for the future and thus fit for our grandchildren.
A construction site is a source of raw materials for the next use. Everything we take as raw material from nature, we process in such a way that it can be reused several times before.
Cascading reuse – that is sustainable, true circular economy.