Durable Office Chair
You want the best for the world around you. And that’s why you prefer buying sustainable products. It’s probably not something you’ve given much thought to, but buying a sustainable office chair contributes to a sustainable earth.
At BMA Ergonomics sustainability runs like a golden thread through our business. In all phased of the cycle. In the development on production phases. But also in the use and recycling phases. Our basic principle is that waste shouldn’t exist and that the circle of materials should be a closed one. And we put that into practice every day.
In addition to being ergonomically responsible, your BMA office chair is also a model of sustainability. And that sits more comfortably with your conscience!
A socially responsible chair
Most VDU chairs are on average decommissioned after ten years. And that’s a shame, as many parts of your chair have a much longer service life. Which is why every BMA chair you buy has a return guarantee. How it works? Your old chair is collected by BMA Ergonomics after ten years. You then receive a fixed amount in return, which you use as a discount on your next chair. Your old chair is taken to our disassembly station where it is taken apart. Parts suitable for re-use are put directly back into service. All other parts are returned to our suppliers where they are recycled. So each BMA chair is made with a major focus on the environment.
The video shows how we keep the technical circle closed. Join in with our Japanese delegation and let us surprise you.
A better future
Sustainability. A concept that is totally embedded in the character of BMA Ergonomics. We consider ourselves responsible for the economic, social and environmental well-being of the world around us and are convinced that we can contribute to this. Towards a better future.
The circle of materials
Our primary aim is simple: to close the circle of materials. And we aim to be very transparent when communicating all these activities. We have been issuing an annual sustainability report since 2011, in which we give account of what we have achieved.
Successful corporate social responsibility requires effective cooperation. This success is dependent on a number of key stakeholders. Personnel, suppliers, dealers, end users, shareholders. We place great value on long-term relationships with these groups, preferably through intensive personal contact based on openness. This enables us to discuss our expectations together and draw up joint plans. And that’s how we work towards a brighter future.