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logoSocial Environmental & Economic Issues


A lot of people respond to environmental issues with thoughts about recycling or sustainable design.

You could also consider something specific, how child learn, compare materials, or even colour are just a few examples.

The economic advantages of using MDF is that it is cheaper than African Walnut. I could research actual prices on the internet, or obtain the information from wood specialist. You could then calculate how much your materials will cost.

From an environmental perspective MDF is manufactured in Birmingham (I’m guessing), whereas African Walnut has traveled from Africa. The carbon footprint of MDF is therefore smaller than that of African Walnut.
MDF is made from recycled saw dust and paper, making it sustainable. The dust from African Walnut on the other hand and can cause reparation problems if breathed in.

Socially my end user would like a coffee table made from natural materials, and would not like an MDF product, when asked why, the client stated it didn't look attractive and appeared cheap and nasty.

There is a wide range of social economic and environmental issues to consider, study the samples given to broaden your knowledge of this