In recent years, the general public is paying more attention to environmental issues, and many countries have also introduced strict environmental regulations and industry emission standards. Since its inception, Green River has been walking on the path of “green, nature and harmony,” adhering to the principles of sustainable development.
Green River is based in Thailand, the world’s leading country for the production of rubber. The rubber tree produces latex for years 7 to 25 after which time it is felled and the area replanted. In former times the felled trees were mostly burnt in the field or used as fuel. Green River observed this phenomenon and made use of the excellent physical properties of rubber trees to make chipboard, so to maximize the value of the trees.
Green River not only chose a sustainable economic crop like rubberwood as the raw material, but also insisted on contributing to the environment through its production process.
David Huang, Vice Chairman of Green River, also said that Green River always hoped to achieve “clean” production, and made unremitting efforts to try and find solutions. And finally, Green River found the answer- it cooperated with Scheuch and was presented with a certificate as the first company in Southeast Asia to use a wet electrostatic precipitator.
Green River aims to promote zero visible emission of air pollutants from the dryer exhaust and to achieve clean production. Green River is on full speed on the path of green, nature and harmony!