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Leroy Merlin Romania also only wants wood with FSC or PEFC certification

Leroy Merlin Romania announces the interruption of collaborations with suppliers of wood products that do not have certification of sustainability FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification).

In Rumania Leroy Merlin, which belongs to the French group Adeo, is the second DIY retailer to take this step after the Rumanian national companies of Hornbach, the German chain of DIY stores, also interrupted collaboration with such a companies. This changeover should take a maximum of three months.

|14 March 2017


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