To ensure market supply, Iberia® has its own plantations in the Province of Misiones and conducts a policy of adequate forestation for environmental preservation .

It is our duty to care earth resources in a sustainable and prudent manner. This obligation harmonizes the concept of environmental protection with economic progress through the idea of efficient use of resources so that the needs of the present generations can be satisfied without jeopardizing our existence.


Plastic has won a large space in our lives, from teaspoons to auto parts, through an infinite variety of products and applications. Unfortunately the fact of replacing wood with plastic keeps producing large environmental problems.
Is common knowledge that plastic is a nonbiodegradable resource by which a substance is decomposed by a biological natural process. That is why the consequences of their consumption directly affectthe environment causing physical damage, flooding and environmental pollution among others.

On the contrary wood is a renewable asset that does not require polluting processes for production, is biodegradable and has further more superior advantages over plastic, which is contaminating and has serious complications in their recovery and reuse. Wood is a noble material that has irreplaceable cultural, aesthetic and environmental values.

Caring for the Earth

In 1991 , International Organizations (The World Conservation Union, United Nations Environment Programme and the World Wildlife Foundation ) , unveiled a new declaration on global environmental emergency , in a document entitled " Caring for the Earth ". This report is not only an analysis but also an action plan on practical policies to be taken and actions to be undertaken for the care and conservation of nature. The nine core principles to guide human action towards a future in which the community lives in constant balance with the land are:

  • 1. Respect and care for the community of life.
  • 2. Raising the quality of human life.
  • 3. Keep the vitality and diversity of the Earth.
  • 4. Minimize the rate of depletion of non-renewable resources.
  • 5. Staying within the carrying capacity of the Earth.
  • 6. Change personal attitudes and practices.
  • 7. Allow communities to take good care of their own environment.
  • 8. Provide an adequate framework for integrating development and conservation.
  • 9. Develop a global partnership.