PEFC™ is an international NGO working for responsible forestry practices. PEFC issues certificates to the forestry stakeholders meeting the defined criteria for responsible operational practices. Our industries are part of the environmental forestry chain; sawn goods can be traced and identified all the way from the forest to the finished products in the DIY or merchant stores.
FSC® is an international NGO working for responsible forestry practices. FSC issues certificates to the forestry stakeholders meeting the defined criteria for responsible operational practices. Our industries are part of the environmental forestry chain; sawn goods can be traced and identified all the way from the forest to the finished products in the DIY or merchant stores.
Logo licenses in our MultiSites
MultiSite Moelven Skog FSC-C092806
MultiSite Moelven Virke FSC-C113012
MultitSite Moelven Wood FSC-C115128
MultiSite Weda FSC-C107974
KD56ºC 30min - phytosanitary certificate (FAO/ IPPC/ ISPM 15)
Standard for all our sawmills - The heath treatment of minimum 56 degrees at the heart of the timber, for 30 minutes, guarantees that no bugs, worms et al can survive this treatment.
The norm is also that such timbers should be free from bark (DB = debarked). The agricultural authorities in Sweden - “Jordbruksverket” and in Norway - “Mattilsynet” administer the certification schemes and issues Approval of Kilns and use of KD56ºC 30min logo with identity number.
HT - ISPM 15
Mills without their own kilns uses routine for HT - ISPM 15. The agricultural authorities in Sweden - “Jordbruksverket” and in Norway - “Mattilsynet” issues Approval of ISPM 15 marking.
CE marked construction products require certified product control. Guaranteeing that UE specific regulations are met.
Treteknisk (The Norwegian Institute of Wood technology), and SP Trätek, the Swedish equivalent, are the certification bodies in Norway and Sweden respectively. Yearly controlling audits are mandatory for the producers, ensuring neutral supervision.
Concerning EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), Regulation (EU) No 995/2010
EUTR is a common European regulation with the purpose of hindering illegal logging.
All companies placing wood products for the first time on the EU/ EEA (European Economic Area) market are comprised by the regulation, whether the companies are situated within or outside the EU, and must be able to document that their products do not derive from illegal logging.
ISO 9001:2015 specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organization
a) needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and
b) aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
ISO 14001:2004 specifies requirements for an environmental management system to enable an organization to develop and implement a policy and objectives which take into account legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes, and information about significant environmental aspects.
SINTEF Certification shall safeguard quality, values and the environment. SINTEF certify and approve products, materials and techniques according to national and international rules and regulations, founded on research-based knowledge and first-rate national laboratories.
CE marking of solid wood panelling and cladding is based on the harmonised standard NS-EN 14915 “Solid wood panelling and cladding - Characteristics, evaluation of conformity and marking” Requirements for CE marking
Requirements for certification
NS-EN 14915 states that in order to CE mark solid wood panelling and cladding, conformity with system 4 must be documented. This entails no certification, but the company has to establish an internal production control system and perform an initial type testing.
CE-merking av trebaserte plater er basert på den harmoniserte standarden NS-EN 13986 “ Trebaserte plater til bruk i bygg og anlegg - Egenskaper, evaluering av samsvar og merking” Krav til CE-merking.
SBP - The Sustainable Biomass Program is a non-profit standard setting organisation, which manages a voluntary certification system designed for wood pellets, woodchips or other biomass used in energy production.
Moelven Pellets is SBP certified.
Svanen-märktning av byggnader betyder att man uppfyller höga miljö- och hälsokrav på allt från byggprodukter, material och kemiska produkter till energiförbrukning och ljudnivåer.
Understanding and application of Moelven's Code of Conduct
Moelven must act in a sustainable, ethical and socially responsible manner.
Our Code of Conduct provides the basic principles for our personal conduct and business practices and constitutes the framework to ensure that we act in compliance with relevant legislation, internal guidelines and our basic values – that the group shall be reliable, sustainable and see opportunities.
A good and reliable reputation is decisive for our business activities and must ensure credibility towards our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders, and that we are an attractive employer.
Policy for sustainability
Our business is based on renewable resources, and we have made sustainability and long-term commitment our competitive advantage, and have a strong determination to take responsibility for our environment.
Social responsibility - Our most important contribution to society is to operate our business properly. Because healthy finances, attractive workplaces and employees who are happy in their work provide us with an excellent basis for playing a positive role in the places where our operations are located. Social Policy is now a part of our Code of Conduct.
Vägledande dokument för lagring, hantering, montering, efterbehandling och underhåll för aktuellt träslag och brandimpregnering.
An EPD® (Environmental Product Declaration) is an independently verified and registered document that communicates transparent and comparable information about the life-cycle environmental impact of products. Both the underlying LCA (Life-Cycle Assessment) and the EPD are always based upon international standards.
Document from the manufacturer describing the properties and intended use of a construction product.