All our manufacturing processes are optimised so that we achieve maximum energy saving by cogeneration (exploitation of the heat and energy produced by the own factory) and minimum waste production

Raw and sustainability


FINSA is committed to sustainable growth, which extends over the limits of our factories. We obtain our main raw material, timber, from nature…, and our duty is to respect and protect it.
We develop different actions in collaboration with other private and public associations, which promote the protection and the efficient management of forests.
The development of the areas near our factories and of the people living there is another of our daily commitments.


Forests managed in a sustainable way are CO2 sinks.
The wood-derived product are carbon stores. They have an important role in the increase of the efficiency of forests. On the one hand, they enlarge the period in which CO2 is stored before being freed to the atmosphere again, and, on the other hand, they promote the growth and renovation of forests. The production and the processing of wood have high energy efficiency, they may replace other materials which require high amounts of energy for their production.


Raw material and sustainability


One of the great challenges posed before today's society is the reduction of CO2 emissions, as we generate CO2 both in industry and in our daily consumption habits. Fortunately, however, trees contribute towards reducing CO2, which is absorbed and stored in the wood. And so, by using wood as a raw material, we contribute toward reducing emissions considerably. For example, a 2m2 wooden table holds the same amount of CO2 as that generated by four cars driven for a full day. Thus, we can say that wood is a renewable, recyclable and sustainable resource.