The Eco Collection is one of Australia's first fit-out and building product ranges based on sustainable and healthy materials and finishes. Eco Collection is a division of NaturalIntegrated Living (NIL), a green architecture, design and consultancy practice with a flair for delivering innovative outcomes in ESD (Environmentally Sustainable Design).
The final result is about more than just building materials. An Eco Collection kitchen can bring together the combined knowledge of environmental design concepts such as passive solar and energy efficient design, healthy materials and products which support to high indoor air quality, and accessible design.
Every product and material selected is assessed in detail. All products in the Eco Collection range have been chosen for their unique environmental and/or health benefits. Delivery can be arranged across Australia and Eco Collection can provide free quotations based on your drawings.
The Eco Collection designers create a kitchen that suits the space available, in a style of your choice, and balance these needs with an ethos of caring for the planet and your heath.
All Eco Collection materials are selected based on the following categories: sustainable and healthy materials - all materials and products are assessed carefully before use to minimise whole-of-life environmental and human health impacts; energy wise - all Eco Collection appliance and fitting selection is based on their maximum energy star performance within the client budget range; resource wise - recycled content with preference given to those materials that are re-used or contain high levels of recycled materials; water wise - all fittings are selected to be water efficient with AAA-rated fittings or better; bio-diversity wise - Eco Collection uses only Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified or plantation, recycled or reclaimed timbers and materials used do not, to the best of Eco Collection’s knowledge, have major biodiversity impacts on intact remnant eco-systems and indoor environment quality.
Source: Building Products News.