A Sustainable Approach

By significantly increasing the durability and dimensional stability of readily available, fast-growing softwoods, Rhino Wood has a unique environmental advantage compared to commercially available forest hardwoods.

The diagram below illustrates these benefits from an environmental point of view, at each stage of the timber’s life cycle. Because the compound we use to modify Rhino Wood would have been destined for landfill and contains absolutely no harmful chemicals, this means that Rhino Wood not only lasts longer, but is also the environmentally responsible choice



We use only pine sourced from sustainably managed plantations within South Africa.


The compound used during our patented process is a by-product usually destined for landfill. By up-cycling the compound, we’re further contributing towards environmental stewardship.


Our final product contains zero toxins and no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), while sharing almost all the same physical characteristics as traditional hardwood.


Rhino Wood can be used in all the same applications as timber sourced in our ever-diminishing natural forests.

Dispose Biodegradable

Rhino Wood requires no special disposal, and can be left to biodegrade or be disposed of like any natural timber - without any negative impact on the immediate environment.
Rhino Wood Life Cycle Diagram

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