The idea of restoration is not new. Life, as it happens, is full of accidents,
mishaps, and untoward events, from breaking a tool to growing old and dying,
and the desire to avoid the consequences of these events by reversing
or undoing them in order to return to some happier previous or “original”
condition seems to be as old as our species. It is the root aspiration behind
religion, that oldest of human institutions. It is also a constant theme of
both public and private life, and it may even be grounded in the capacity
for self-repair that is a peculiarity of life itself....
Born at the beginning of the 20th Century in the heart
of artisan Paris, Liberon has built its reputation on the
high quality restoration and finishing of wooden
furniture and antiques.
Over time the traditional recipes, derived from natural
ingredients, have continually evolved to meet the
technical, performance and aesthetic requirements
of today’s lifestyles.
Revealing beauty, Liberon products enhance surfaces
and enrich the sprit of the home.
Clear the Air is a joint project of three leading air quality groups: the Clean Air Task Force, National
Environmental Trust and U.S. PIRG Education Fund. The Clean Air Task Force is a non-profit
organization dedicated to restoring clean air and healthy environments through scientific research, public
education and legal advocacy. The National Environmental Trust was established in 1994 as a non-profit,
non-partisan organization dedicated to applying modern communications and public education techniques
to environmental education and advocacy. The U.S.
Forestry provides two types of long term benefits:-
timber, poles, thinnings
Both these benefits can span a lifetime of over 50 years.