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The cornerstone of the Fiber Roofing company culture is a fervent belief that business must be fair and account for all stakeholders. This doesn’t just include our employees and our customers, but the people who live near our thatching factory and the surrounding environment. That is why over the years we’ve developed a comprehensive environmental policy to reduce the amount of waste going into landfills and ensure sustainable harvesting procedures.
Unfortunately, it has become commonplace for businesses to use concern about the environment as a marketing tool, or a public relations strategy. It’s no wonder that many consumers have become jaded to such claims and view any announcements about environmental initiatives from private companies with a grain of distrust and suspicion.
For us here at Fiber Roofing this possibility has always been a concerning. When you’re faced with a choice of making a higher profit or doing the environmentally right thing, it’s all too easy to make the wrong decision. After all, company leaders all over the world are simply human beings who have their moments of weakness and sometimes justify unethical actions with convoluted reasoning, because they want to succeed. (You can use logic to make any conclusion sound like the right thing to do, if you try hard enough.)
Our management is keenly aware of this problem, and the fact that people can easily turn a blind eye to ethics. So we’ve taken several steps at Fiber Roofing to ensure that promise of short term profits doesn’t cloud the judgement of any managers and executives within our ranks. Our long term reputation and viability absolutely depends on integrity, and we’re not willing to sacrifice that for any amount of money. To that end, here are just some of the steps we’ve taken multiple steps to ensure that Fiber Roofing delivers on its environmental promises.
That’s the only way to ensure that 100 years from now our great grandchildren can still obtain reeds and thatching grass from the same areas we do today.
Our factory will be closed from the 12th of December until the 12th of January 2020, but we will monitor mails and get back on urgent inquires.