We don’t just talk, we act! RVR is committed to the environment and to reducing CO2 emissions. Together with us, set an example for future generations.
As a company hygiene service provider, RVR has been promoting environmentally friendly business standards since 2000. The RVR industrial hygiene concept, registered as a brand, binds the excess greenhouse gas CO2 through necessary tree planting worldwide.
We rely on the scientific knowledge, since the environmental summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and the economic necessity of the sustainable protection of all natural resources.
Together with our customers, we have been promoting the necessary “sylvicultura oeconomia” according to the European Forest Helsinki criteria for 10 years.
This form of holistic forest management may seem strange to the layman, but the roots go back to the 17th century. And it became relevant again in history when forests were destroyed on a large scale by human hands.
RVR-CFC will spare no effort to promote the protected industrial hygiene concept! More than 100 countries around the world are suffering from dramatic environmental damage due to excessive logging and slash and burn. With millions of toilets in the future, the suffering biodiversity will be promoted worldwide and at the same time cumulative up to 1 billion tons of CO2 from the atmosphere will be converted into valuable wood every year!
In the presence of the following renowned UN representatives, RVR-CFC was honored for its partner contribution of 100 trees to the international event “Forests for Fashion. Fashion for Forests ”from March 21, 2014.
The international patent organization OMPI recognizes the future services of RVR-CFC in Art. 44 of the Madrid Protocol as “Services de sylviculture” and protects the activities of RVR Service until 2019.
RVR Service AG’s environmental market management concept is registered as a national trademark. Thus, the associated reforestation projects of “Clean Forest” recognized in close connection as a climate protection measure.
First United Nations Forest Forum (UNFF) with breakthrough. Agreement on an international forest convention. In the same year, Al Gore, Nobel Prize winner is quoted as saying: “It takes a lot of will and courage to make costly economic and social changes in order to counteract the climate catastrophe.”
First UN Environment Summit in Rio de Janeiro. “Human civilization will destroy itself in the long term if it does not change its essential habits, such as resource use and consumption.”
The revolutionary Swiss Forest Police Act of 1876 made the principle of sustainability mandatory. At that time there was a lack of wood in our country. The realization that every generation should be entitled to the same income opportunities prevailed because of the previous clearing of the forest. Anyone who opposed the “use of interest” from now on had to deal with the police.
Hans Carl von Carlowitz wrote the first work on the conservation of forests on behalf of the government because of forest emergency and gave this treatise the name “sylvicultura oeconomia”. The first detailed formulation of sustainable forestry was born.
23,380 tons of CO2can bind from the atmosphere.