ALPHARETTA, GA – BOCCHI recently announced its recommitment to corporate sustainability, which includes previous best practices that aim to serve the environment and is aiming to create zero waste during production.
“Sustainable processes and the use of materials that benefit the planet have always been the core of who we are and what we do at BOCCHI,” said Akgun Seckiner, Chief Executive Officer at BOCCHI. “Everyone faced unique challenges in 2020, and we found it important to recommit to and renew our best practices, in a way that continues to benefit both our customers and the environment.”
At the forefront of BOCCHI’s efforts to remain sustainable are the 100% recyclable materials used to make their heritage product, fireclay Apron Front sinks. Any unfinished, unfired material can be repurposed into new products, resulting in zero waste. In the United States, select industrial landfills will accept customers’ old sinks to be recycled, and in the company’s home country of Turkey, sinks are repurposed into road construction material. In addition, BOCCHI requires that their production process yields zero hazardous waste.
To better serve customers in their homes, all BOCCHI products are created using high-pressure casting and electrostatic glazing, resulting in easy-to-clean, bacteria resistant appliances that do not require the use of harsh chemical cleaning products. BOCCHI’s production process utilizes kilns that better manage the output of energy, rather than the traditional method of appliance production.
“We take our materials straight from the earth when we’re mining the fireclay for our sinks,” said Seckiner. “BOCCHI makes it a priority to give back to the environment what we’ve taken, leaving it in a better place than when we started.”
For more information on BOCCHI, its continuation of clean practices, and its products, visit BOCCHIUSA.com.
Italian by birth. Turkish by design. American by demand.
BOCCHI is taking the US by fire--fireclay, that is. With origins dating back to 1950, BOCCHI brings the history and charm of the Mediterranean to the U.S. Kitchen and Bath market, calling Alpharetta, GA home. BOCCHI’s wide range of products extends from classical to modern, each created by Turkish and Italian designers to lend European style and create distinctive American products that bring more warmth to the kitchen. The company’s special product groupings include timelessly elegant fireclay kitchen and bathroom sinks, with coordinating faucets, accessories and fixtures. Visit BOCCHI on the web at www.BOCCHIUSA.com and Facebook at BOCCHI USA.