Unit Product Weight: 11 lbs
Features and Benefits
- Made of solid sustainable materials for easy assembly
- Three level tree house with bendable leaves
- Envokes your child's imagination
- Ages 4 years and up
- Dimensions: 21" x 21" x 29"
Maxim looks out for the welfare of their employees as well as the natural resources their products rely on. They've also tried to become a company that thinks globally.
Maxim takes care to find wood from only government approved reforested land and goes the extra mile to plant three trees for every one taken out. Much of the wood in their line comes from American forests, helping the U.S. economy.
"Tread Lightly". Simpler words have never been more meaningful. The people at Maxim Enterprise, Inc. believe that those who have the ability should have the moral fortitude to act accordingly and do what is right. That means taking the necessary steps to lessen their carbon footprint on the environment.
For over 45 years Maxim has been leading the way in quality wood manufacturing, and they're not about to stop now. The use of reforested land and government approved suppliers is not a new concept to them, and even though most people don't know it, they've been manufacturing "Green" products for quite some time now.
The EverEarth(TM) line of toys has taken this process one step further, and was created keeping not only the safety of the earth in mind but also the safety of all children. The EverEarth(TM) line is kid safe, ecologically friendly and manufactured with wood taken from renewable forests, as well as recycled rubber wood. All EverEarth packaging is printed on recycled corrugate using soy ink.
They've also taken care to only use water color, non-toxic, based paints that contain less chemicals than the traditional acrylic paints used by most manufacturers. Every "little" step Maxim can take is a "big" step in the right direction. By constantly trying to improve upon their manufacturing process, they have also been accredited as an ICTI certified factory that adheres to all international manufacturing standards.
Maxim's hope is that others will also take the "eco" high ground and follow their lead for a better tomorrow. They have also launched a Personal Sustainability Project (PSP) in which they challenge their employees to integrate small changes in their personal lives to help benefit themselves and the environment. Green Today... Here Tomorrow.