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Sustainability Through Long-Lasting Ownership Of Funiture

20-Apr-2022

In today’s environmentally conscious world, the theme of furniture design is going more hand-in-hand with the concept of sustainability. Furniture manufacturers are tasked to make decisions that are conscious and respectful towards the environment when creating a design.

Marble, for a fact, is very sustainable. Marble is a natural stone, nature being its original home. Not only does marble bring layers of aesthetics and elegance, it is also one of the most environmentally friendly materials out there.

Marble is extremely durable. When you own a marble furniture, you most likely wouldn’t need to replace it for decades. It does not deteriorate nor decay, unlike furniture that is made from other materials such as processed wood/alloy that will wear out with time. Due to its durability, marble furniture helps consumers to save costs in replacing furniture, and it reduces the impact on the environment.

Yes, marble lasts a long time and this longevity is what makes the material so sustainable. 

Marble also has a timeless appeal. A marble tabletop can last forever, while the table legs can be changed to give the furniture a fresh appearance.  

To be considered sustainable furniture, it should be high quality and support a lifestyle with reduced energy and resource needs. One of the best ways of reducing our carbon footprints and natural resource consumption is to reduce the physical footprints of our homes.  

You can have a piece of furniture made of the most responsibly sourced materials out there, but if it falls apart in a short time and ends up in a landfill, then it’s not helping our carbon footprint. 

Marble furniture is the proof of sustainability through permanence. 

Through cutting-edge technology, we are able to optimize the use of stone, reducing the material wastage close to zero.  All kinds of marble products, from marble coverings, dividers, backlit walls, and dining tables, are made from using the most out of every single marble block, and from the processing of natural stone.

 

In What Ways are Marble Furniture Sustainable?

 

(source: limestone.com)

Production Qualities Are Smaller

Marble is extracted and not created. It can be cut in any way and installed in a number of places within the home. But there are limited chemicals and energy needed to prep and prepare marble for a home. There are some materials that are completely manufactured, making a larger impact on the environment. But marble does not rely heavily on compounds that are created. Rather it is heavy on labor instead of machinery.

                                                                                                      

Marble Creates More Job Opportunities

Since marble doesn’t rely on machines to become ready for your home, it takes people to harvest the material. It can be rather heavy and it has to be removed from its original placement and taken to the marble company. It creates a great source of employment for those who move it, work with it, and harvest it.

 

Sealants Are Low On Chemicals

While marble is naturally durable, it needs to be sealed to prevent damage to its beauty. The sealant used includes very few chemicals and prevents you from having to use more chemical cleaners to clean it as well. You can simply use a damp cloth and soapy water to wipe it down. Reducing the use of chemicals helps the environment.

 

Recycling Options Later On

If you ever want to change out the counters, flooring, or other marble aspects in your home, you don’t have to dispose of the old material in a landfill. Instead, you can call a marble company and they can remove and pick up the marble pieces and reuse them elsewhere. They might make tiles out of them or something else that they can piece together later. The recyclability of the material makes marble even friendlier to the environment.

Written by: Ee-Tan
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