Since 1999, Terra Lana have harnessed the unique qualities of New Zealand wool to make superior performing, natural wool blend products that are better for our people, land and future.
We care deeply about all aspects of our wool products to ensure they exceed the requirements of today’s sustainable demands.
We want to be a part of a better tomorrow by following sustainable practices today!
TERRA LANA means EARTH WOOL.
'WOOL' is a remarkable natural resource with unique qualities making it a superior material.
'EARTH' is the land we all stand on—we need to look after it, so that's our prerogative in how we do things.
We believe in the use of natural materials to develop our insulation and landscaping products, that’s why we're passionate about using wool. Mother Nature's finest resource that is sustainable, renewable, and environmentally friendly.
We take pride in minimising environmental impact in our manufacturing process and that our products help others to do the same—through saving energy in healthier home environments. We operate a zero waste policy. It's time all businesses are held accountable to adopt more healthy and environmentally friendly practices and products to ensure we maintain a land that is fit for future generations.
NEW ZEALAND MADE
We are proud of our innovation and ability to locally manufacture superior wool products, using NZ farmed wool. In recent years, we've seen an increase awareness and understanding of the importance of a heathier home, resulting in a rise in demand for environmentally friendly products. Terra Lana have rapidly outgrown serval premises, we now operate from two purpose-built facilities in Christchurch.
We distribute Terra Lana throughout New Zealand as well as export to Japan and the United States.
In 1999 Terra Lana Products Ltd pioneered making insulation and eco-textiles from recycled wool, building on work done by the Wool Research Organisation of New Zealand (WRONZ, now AgResearch). We were the first New Zealand company with wool based insulation products appraised by BRANZ (2012).