At Chuditch, we’re conscious of the impact that our actions have on the environment. In fact, even our company name reflects this. The chuditch is the Nyoongah name for the western quoll – an endemic marsupial that makes its home here in Western Australia. The chuditch is currently classified as ‘near threatened’, and its numbers have been in decline for some time. For us, this local icon is a constant reminder of our responsibility to provide our customers with sustainable, environmentally conscious solutions. This allows them to incorporate pristine carpentry and timber flooring into their homes with the assurance that the effect on the natural habitat has been minimised.
There are several ways that we accomplish this in our day-to-day practices:
- We use only the finest waterborne coatings and adhesives.
- We carefully manage our waste, ensuring that all recyclable materials are reclaimed and recycled.
- For all projects, we take our time to ensure the job is done correctly (and the timber properly acclimated) reducing the need for follow-up work after the fact.
- We’ve even adopted our own chuditch at Perth Zoo.
When you trust Chuditch with your project, you’ll receive more than a superior product that you can enjoy for years to come, you’ll also receive the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ve done your part to minimise your impact on Western Australia’s natural environment.