Q. Is PET good for health and environment?

Polyethylene is considered non-toxic, an inert and chemically neutral and recyclable material, is not considered hazardous material. Polyethylene has been extensively reviewed by regulatory authorities and determined to be non-hazardous by normal routes of exposure including skin contact, inhalation and ingestion. Polyethylene does not biodegrade readily in the environment unless it’s chemically modified (Source: ‘’NOVA CHEMICALS’’). PET is hygienic and does not promote bacterial growth or transmission. Our MDF boards are FSC certified and formaldehyde emission is at E1 (Europe) standard.