Earlier this year WWF launched the Timber
Scorecard, which assessed 128 UK retailers, manufacturers and traders that buy timber
products on their publicly available timber
It's no wonder many of us are concerned about the increasing volume of timber
being logged from our watersheds; how our water, wildlife, fisheries, recreation and quality of life are affected; where the timber
goes and who mills it; how the profits get shared; and who gets taxed and who doesn't.
Update overcomes these challenges by providing free educational services and connecting landowners with the most reputable timber
companies the industry has to offer.
frame also delivers high build quality, a faster and more efficient construction process and the opportunity to design beautiful, adaptable and durable homes as a lasting legacy for future generations.
Officials had announced the timber
could be taken away only between August 16, 2010 and May 15, 2011.
has constantly supplied a whole range of timber
products to the local community, to both trade and public, from the base in Birkby.
flaming is a simple but elegant building system consisting of large wooden posts and beams that fit together with traditional interlocking mortise and tenon joinery and are secured with wooden pegs rather than nails.
RISI also announced that Timber
TPS coverage is expanding from the US South into Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Whether you want to replace your fencing or provide a place to relax in your garden with high-quality decking, Liverpool Timber
has plenty to choose from at great prices.
Swedish wood products group Rorvik Timber
AB said on Tuesday (4 March) that it has agreed to acquire the Norwegian timber
wholesaler Norsk Virke AS.
The first revival of timber
occurred with its modularisation after the Second World War with new forms of wood such as plywood and MDF.
It's still a small percentage compared with Scotland, where more than 50% of homes are already built using latest timber
Town forests grew from concern about the effects of deforestation and were managed for timber
cultivation through sustained yield rotation.
The government of Ghana is enforcing its recent directive that requires sawmills to sell at least 20% of their timber
production on the domestic market.
In some cases, rehabilitation may include removing timber
from burnt land to, among other things, reduce hazardous fuels.