things in which we believe...

Wood is the material that most of all “naturally” meets the requirements of lower environmental impact, less waste of resources to produce and regenerate the raw material and ensures the best performance of thermal insulation.

WOOD is the only raw material in the world that, during its production, removes co2 from the atmosphere and returns oxygen, improving the quality of air and life itself.

In his favour and the very low environmental impact he plays, again, his very nature.

To clarify the concept, it is enough simply to recall the fundamental chemical processes of the arboreal cycle and therefore of the production of timber as a raw material for the construction of physical goods.

Chlorophyll photosynthesis, vital for the growth of woody compounds, uses solar energy, water, usually rainwater and carbon dioxide in the air.

The production of wood, therefore, removes carbon dioxide, freeing the atmosphere from this gas that is the cause of the greenhouse effect.

Every Campesato choice is well aimed at achieving a sustainable future to be handed down to those who come after us, and every process that takes place within it is guided by the intent to reduce any waste to a minimum.

It is precisely for these reasons that, in addition to producing a window that 100% respects our environment, Campesato has built the entire office in green building, while a photovoltaic system integrated on the roofs of buildings provides for the recovery of more than half of the requirement of all required electricity.

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With the aim of diversifying and managing resources better, Campesato uses three wood species, among the most adapted to the needs of today’s frame production: Lamellar oak, Lamellar pine and Red Grandis Lamellare.

All the lamellar we use come from forests and sawmills certified for “Silviculture”.

Silviculture, in fact, has the task of ensuring the right balance between man and nature.

One of our essences that best represents these concepts is precisely the EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS from FSC certified forests of Uruguay, which takes the trade name of RED GRANDIS for its particular rosy grain. To keep the undergrowth clean and to guarantee the natural fertilisation of the land, cows, sheep and wild horses are grazed. The plant of the Red Grandis is cut to complete maturation only when the correct diameter of the trunk is reached. Cutting takes place according to specific programs and careful selection after about 18–20 years.








Starting up the production processes of this type (good practices) is not at all easy since they presuppose a radical change in the approach to the work phases.

But the final outcome is crucial for cutting-edge solutions and developments for the environmental sector.

Campesato adopts instruments that presuppose a new type of entrepreneurial and cultural approach to the environment, an approach aimed at anticipating the rules in order to gain a competitive advantage in relation to other realities that will have to adapt in the future.