Environmental care



Estonia has one of the oldest forest management systems in the world. Starting more than 400 years ago, in the early 1600`s, Estonia established a no-tree-cutting policy in the border zone along the Baltic Sea to protect the coastal environment. From this early beginning, successful forest management has been improved, changed with the times and developed into one of the most effective and successful forest management systems in the world.

Environment in Horizon

Horizon`s management has chosen to be proactive in all aspects of environmental issues.

We purchase wood and chips from private suppliers and use clean natural wood from forest cleaning and pruning operations. This effort supports the healthy industry of planned forest management.

Our environmental policy

We set and update environmental objectives every year and constantly improve our products in a way that would make the production and use of these products safe for the environment.
Management and employees commit themselves to use the means and materials at their disposal in view of the preservation of environment. Further focusing on employee's mentality in order to improve upon pollution prevention and cleaner production.

Safety and health of people are of great importance in our business activity and it is our duty to comply with all environmental legislation and regulations of the Republic of Estonia and European Union. Management meets every month with key personnel to work out safety improvement measures in order to meet safety requirements.

We make sure that the personnel of our company are aware of environmental issues and solutions to these issues. We ensure the availability of information on environmental impacts to all interested parties.

All new projects done in Horizon are made as per Best Available Technics in order to meet modern environmental protection norms. We analyze the efficiency of our environmental management system at least once per year in order to continual improve it. 

Approved on April 12th 2017.