Artisan Display, Inc., an architectural millwork contractor in Red Hill, has earned its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) chain of custody certification from Scientific Certification Systems (SCS).
FSC provides third-party certification confirming that materials sold as FSC Certified are harvested from well-managed forest operations. The certificate covers the production of custom cabinetry and millwork using the transfer system. Artisan Display is now Chain-of-Custody certified to sell products as FSC Mix, and FSC 100 percent.
“Having an FSC certification is a direct win for our customers,” said Ted Wassmer, who owns Artisan Display with his brother, John. “With the emergence and growth of green building projects, having the architectural millwork provided by an FSC Certification holder makes our customer’s green building goals much more easily attainable.”
The assessment needed to earn this designation was conducted by Scientific Certification Systems in accordance with the rules of the FSC. One of the first certification bodies accredited by the Forest Stewardship Council in 1996, SCS has since certified more than 30 million acres of well-managed forests and 3000 companies in the FSC supply chain worldwide.
Artisan Display in Red Hill is a family-owned business operating successfully for more than 25 years. Their work can be found throughout North America. Learn more about them by clicking here: http://www.pawaonline.org/Module/FindPro/ContractorDetail?id=4.
Artisan Display is an active member of the Philadelphia Architectural Millworkers Association (PAWA). To learn more about PAWA, visit www.pawaonline.org.