Taking action for the climate

Among the Sustainable Development Goals, Goal 13 of the 2030 Agenda aims to reduce the impact of climate change. The challenge to reach the goals of this Goal is urgent and goes beyond individual national borders because only if we all work together and starting now to fight climate change can we achieve positive results.

For more than forty years, Valcucine has been committed to sustainable development and it does this starting from the design, aimed at reducing the total amount of materials used and their environmental impact. A design guaranteed by the ISO14001 and FSC® certifications and the LEED v4.1 product mapping.

Thanks to the continuous research work on materials and their resistance limits, Valcucine was the first company in the world to present
a total renewal of the elements that determine the structure of a kitchen: door, top and stem.

The elements, redesigned in compliance with the principle of dematerialisation that implies less use of raw materials and reduced energy consumption, are reduced to the essential.
energy consumption, are reduced to the essentials while maintaining their strength, and are partly or fully recyclable.

-73% of material used
between a traditional carcass and an Invitrum carcass

Traditional door

Riciclantica door

- 85% meterial used

Educating and Raising Awareness

Valcucine's communication initiatives and the exhibition formats that are present in showrooms all over the world have always had a strong bond with the theme of sustainability and were created with the aim of educating and sensitising as many people as possible on the effects of climate change and how they can be mitigated.

With a view to sustainable development, the installation of a photovoltaic system in the Pordenone headquarters represents a concrete contribution to environmental protection, guaranteeing 30% of energy requirements.


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