Environmental Commitment

WholeSaleKings.ca remains committed to environmental responsibility including sustainable forest management and strives to ensure that the earth’s environment  remains healthy now and for generations to come.

WholesaleKings sources the highest quality hardwoods from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brazil and purchase hardwoods products from suppliers that maintain high standards for forest management and use sustainable forest methods. We source exclusively from suppliers that adhere to the following regulatory standards.


Forest Stewardship Council C012237

Forest Stewardship Council

  • Sets standards for responsible forest management
  • Protects and maintains natural commu­nities and high conservation value forests
  • Respects the rights of workers, communities and indigenous peoples
  • Builds markets, adding best value, and creating equal access to benefits.
  • Market Based approach
Indonesian Legal Wood

Indonesian Legal Wood

  • SVLK is Indonesia’s timber legality assurance system
  • SVLK issues a mandatory legality and sustainability certification
  • Provides assurance to customers and suppliers that wood products from Indonesia are legally harvested




Rainforest Alliance Certified

Rainforest Alliance

  • Protect endangered species and forest areas of high conservation value
  • Set aside a portion of land as forest reserve
  • Provide decent wages and protect the workers’ ability to organize
  • Follow FSC guidelines for how, when, and where timber and non-timber forest products are harvested
  • Respect the rights of local communities and indigenous people
Malaysian Timber Certification Council

Malaysian Timber Certification Council

  • Voluntary national timber certification scheme
  • Creates standards for timber certification and conducts periodic reviews
  • Helps prevent illegal logging and improve the monitoring of Malaysian forests
  • Coordinates with regional, national and international bodies related to timber certification to facilitate cooperation and mutual recognition arrangements