In 1994 Teragren pioneered the bamboo building materials industry in the United States. Bringing to market furniture-grade bamboo Panels, Veneer and Worktops, as well as PureForm™ Traditional and Xcora™ Strand bamboo flooring and most recently bamboo composite decking, Teragren products are designed and developed to rigorous quality and sustainability standards. All Teragren products are strictly managed and certified for superior indoor air quality, contributing to healthy home, school and work environments, and contribute to certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system in one or more categories. Recognized as a sustainable business category leader— named by Inc. Magazine as one of “The Green 50” companies setting the standard for environmentally friendly business— Teragren has built a reputation on high-quality, premium bamboo products and is committed to upholding those standards through third-party certifications and regular, independent quality testing. Testing and Certification information is available on their website. (www.teragren.com)
Environmental mission and strategy (ESG)
Superior Indoor Air Quality
We appreciate the trust you have placed in us to provide only the highest quality products, and we take our customers’ health and well-being very seriously. For over 20 years, Teragren has been committed to designing and manufacturing bamboo products that are healthy for the home and the environment. In that vein, all Teragren flooring products are tested and certified to the California 01350 standard for indoor air quality, the most stringent indoor air quality standard in the world, and are CARB Phase II compliant. Our panels and veneer are tested to the SCS Gold standard for indoor air quality.
Our products are tested through a US-based independent, third-party ISO/IEC17025 accredited laboratory specializing in the analysis of organic chemicals emitted by and contained in building products. All Teragren flooring products comply with California standard 01350 for indoor air quality and are CARB Phase II compliant – emitting significantly less formaldehyde than allowed by the CARB standard.