SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS: OEBA'S CONCERN

The sustainable development and corporate social responsibility are at the heart of today's society concerns. 

Because at Oeba we truly believe in respect for materials and environmental protection, we are developing an environmental policy within the company.

OUR ACTIONS

The chips and sawdust from our stairs workshop are collected and put into a boiler to heat all of our buildings during the winter. 

The pieces of wood are used and transformed into decorative items (lamps, vases, candlesticks). 

All waste other than wood is classified and sent to treatment centers.

SELECTION OF RAW MATERIALS

The wood of Oeba's stairs is carefully selected and 70% comes from French or European forests. 

90% of the wood selected by Oeba is European, 30% are from French forests. 

100% of the oak we use is PEFC certified. The PEFC label guarantees that the wood used in the stairs manufacturing comes from forests and that forest operator are implementing sustainable management practices in order to respect biodiversity, soil and water, renewal of trees. And a 100 % of the beech used in the manufacture at Oeba is FSC certified.

The wood of your Oeba staircases comes from a tree, a living being that grows up.


WE ALSO VALUE HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS

The OEBA manager, Samuel Poisson, attaches great importance to providing humanitarian help for the vulnerable communities and believes in the power of teamspirit. He conducted a project in Tanzania (Africa), offering children an opportunity to go to school.

Indeed, the project consisted in building a place where children and teenagers could study in good conditions and with enough tools to work efficiently.  

At Oeba, we share the same values of solidarityteamworking and the importance of caring about other people's needs.





The OEBA manager, Samuel Poisson, attaches great importance to providing humanitarian help for the vulnerable communities and believes in the power of teamspirit.

He conducted a project in Tanzania (Africa), offering children an opportunity to go to school. Indeed, the project consisted in building a place where children and teenagers could study in good conditions and with enough tools to work efficiently.  

At Oeba, we share the same values of solidarityteamworking and the importance of caring about other people's needs.

The OEBA manager, Samuel Poisson, attaches great importance to providing humanitarian help for the vulnerable communities and believes in the power of teamspirit.

He conducted a project in Tanzania (Africa), offering children an opportunity to go to school. Indeed, the project consisted in building a place where children and teenagers could study in good conditions and with enough tools to work efficiently.  

At Oeba, we share the same values of solidarityteamworking and the importance of caring about other people's needs.