If you’re in the market for new workspace furniture but you’re concerned about sustainability, there’s good news: advances in sustainable materials and credible certification programmes are making it easier than ever to find greener options, and avoid adding synthetic chemicals to our interiors.
Whether you’re looking to kit out a home workspace or to update a whole office, you’ll naturally consider ergonomics, materials, colour, quality, and cost. You may also want to use furniture to express your personal or corporate style. But what if it’s your style to create a healthy space that’s contributing to a healthy planet?
You’ll need to think about the entire life cycle of the piece, taking into account the resources used to make it, the energy costs associated with transporting it, and the ease of disposal. Comfort manufacture a range of solutions that are designed for the wellbeing of the user without compromising on reduced environmental impact.
The perfect example of a product to tick all the green boxes is the Mirus chair, manufactured in the United Kingdom by Comfort UK. Our ergonomic seating range offers a variety of functional task chairs designed to not only offer complete ergonomic adjustment and support for the user, but also exceed sustainability standards across the sector. Using up to 84% recycled content in the manufacturing process and with the end product offering up to 98% recyclability, the Mirus is the epitome of a cradle-to-cradle product; ideal for discerning upcyclers and recyclers.
With a selection of frames, finishes, and accessories, and a choice of mesh, leather, and fabric upholstery options – including Camira’s popular Xtreme range – you can unleash your creativity by customising your own bespoke office chair. Xtreme is a modern crepe weave fabric made from 100% recycled polyester, which diverts waste from landfill and saves virgin raw materials, so you know that almost every part of your chair has minimal impact of the environment.
Materials we bring into our interiors can cause serious – and seriously damaging – air pollution. Some synthetic materials or materials treated with synthetic substances can release toxic chemicals into the air. Comfort’s chairs are GREENGUARD Certified which gives assurance that products designed for use in indoor spaces meet strict chemical emissions limits, which contribute to the creation of healthier interiors.
Going green has enormous advantages – it’s worth the time, effort, and investment to make sure you give your furniture the best chance to work with and for you, and for generations to come.
For more details please visit www.comfort.global