Bambrella’s mission is to supply commercial, contract and residential users with strong, durable and well-designed umbrellas and pavilions. Perfect for hotels, restaurants, country clubs, HOAs as well as residential applications.
At Bambrella, they constantly look to improve and enhance their product range and are designing and testing an exciting outdoor shade products using high-quality modern materials combined with bamboo (the Levante & Sirocco collections) and in durable rustproof aluminum (the Hurricane & Santa Ana collections).
Bambrella The Environment
Bambrella® is a certificate holder in the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) scheme and endeavors to source their bamboo through FSC® certified forests.
The FSC® have only been certifying bamboo forests since 2008 and although bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, Bambrella® feels that these bamboo forests need to be managed responsibly. This ensures that our bamboo is well managed, and protects local communities and natural wildlife.
All the materials used in the production of their umbrellas are 100% recyclable. The oil finish they use has a low VOC and the bamboo is dipped rather than sprayed. The glues used are European and are rated well within the EU, E1 standard. Recycled materials are used for packaging where possible. All this helps keep the impact of manufacturing on the environment to a minimum. At Bambrella® they understand social responsibilities and require their international partners to adhere to high levels of welfare, far exceeding local labour standards.
As a member of the Leisure & Outdoors Furniture Association (LOFA) Bambrella® is also linked to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®). They register all our designs at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and additionally protect it at the Anti Copying In Design (ACID) society. Bambrella® is also proud to be a member of WWF-UK’s Business Club – a community of enterprises who are supporting WWF’s urgent work to build a future where people live in harmony with nature by conserving biological diversity, promoting sustainable use of natural resources, reducing wasteful consumption, cutting pollution and carbon emissions.