Human global footprint exceeds Earth’s natural regeneration capacity since 1970

Wood is Earth’s fastest-regenerating natural resource

Wood stores 1,2 tonnes of CO² per m³

Climate ambitions

Sustainable use of wood supports climate change ambitions, especially when it replaces CO² negative resources such as concrete and steel

Not enough forest to support a positive shift:

With current technologies, <40% of a tree find durable usage

Not all species are suitable for durable use


Sourcing by 3RT Technology

We take abundantly available juvenile plantations resources (pulp logs), originally used for low-value woodchips, and repurpose them to create high-value timber.

In doing so, we fulfil the demand for low-carbon, toxin-free building materials, reduce native forest depletion and help to secure the reliability of global supply chains.


Biomimics nature and enhances resource lifespan due to the water-based formaldehyde-free glue.

Less wood waste during production

Thanks to the great dimensional stability, you reduce waste towards your bespoke output material. Less wood needed to match traditional strength requirements.

100% circular

Built to last. At the end of its life, the 3RT timber can be recycled in a variety of ways, leaving nothing harmful behind!



The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1993 by forest owners, wood and paper companies, social movements and environmental organisations.
FSC® strives towards sustainable forest management worldwide, according to strict social, ecological and economic criteria.

This system allows consumers to identify, purchase and use wood, paper and other forest products produced from well-managed forests and/or recycled materials.

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PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes) is a worldwide forest certification system which provides assurance that forests are managed sustainably. In concrete terms, PEFC promotes forest management which is respectful of the environment, socially beneficial and economically viable. The PEFC label found on paper or timber products assures consumers that the wood used in those products originates in sustainably managed forests. The fundamental principles of the PEFC system are dialogue, consensus-based decision-making, transparency and continuous improvement through regular system reviews.
Today, PEFC is the world’s largest forest and wood-product certification system.

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