Our raw material

Our beechwood comes exclusively from sustainably managed forests and are mainly sourced from within a 150 km radius of the sawmill.
Timber production does not necessarily have a negative effect on climate change – quite the contrary, in fact. Sustainable forest management can actively contribute to climate protection.
The beech
For a long time beechwood was neglected in forestry, and was mainly used as firewood. It was not until the mid-19th century that the beech tree was discovered as a source of timber, and afforestation began. Today it is the most common deciduous tree in Germany, accounting for around 15% of the entire tree population.
Sustainability at Pollmeier
Our forests, with all their important functions, must benefit future generations as well as ourselves. We are committed to achieving exactly that – PEFC-certified for your reassurance.
EU Timber Regulation (EUTR)
The regulation came into force on 3rd March 2013, is binding on all EU Member States and prohibits illegally harvested timber or timber products from being placed in the EU market.