FSC certificate for Boda Games Manufacturing

FSC certificate for Boda Games Manufacturing

Sustainable manufacturing is important because it helps to protect the environment. As well as ensure that the planet’s natural resources are used in a sustainable manner. At Boda Games, we are always looking for new ways to increase the sustainability of the games that come out of our factory. And we gladly work with customers to find alternatives to certain components. 

FSC Certification

Boda Games Manufacturing is an FSC certified factory. FSC certification stands for Forest Stewardship Council certification. It is a global organization that promotes responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC certification is a way to show that the products are made from materials sourced from well-managed forests. This means that the forests are harvested in a way that ensures they will continue to thrive and support biodiversity.

Then, When it comes to board games, FSC certification can be important. The certificate is to show that the paper and other materials used in the game are sustainably sourced. This means that the game has been produced in a way. That takes into account the long-term health of the planet and its forests. Choosing FSC-certified paper for board games can help support sustainable forestry practices. And reduce the demand for materials from unsustainable sources.

Sustainability and board games

There are many ways in which we can work to make a game more sustainable. Using paper bands instead of shrinkwrap is one potential way to make the packaging of board games more sustainable. Using paper bands instead of shrinkwrap can help reduce the environmental impact of board game packaging. On top of that, it can also be a more visually appealing and user-friendly option. We can also use soybean-based inks, a type of print ink ink made from soy beans.


If you’d like to learn more about our sustainable manufacturing options. Or if you’d like to discuss some ideas you have, please contact us for further information.


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