Wood: Building the bioeconomy

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The Timber Trade Federation and CEI-Bois, the European Confederation of the Woodworking Industries, are calling on politicians to put wood at the centre of plans to reduce emissions and achieve zero carbon targets.

 

In their recently published book, Wood: Building the Bioeconomy, CEI-Bois and the TTF show how the EU can reduce emissions by using low carbon, renewable, biological alternatives such as timber over high carbon materials such as concrete, steel and plastic.

Suggested Reading

List of Wood Information Sheetsnavigation-arrow

This document contains a fully comprehensive list of all the most up to date Wood Information Sheets (WIS) published by TRADA. Available to members for free or non-members for £12.00, these Wood Information Sheets provide technical guidance related to almost every timber topic under the sun.

 

Categories:

  • Timber -...

10/05/2021 |  Wood Information Sheet  

Adhesives for structural usenavigation-arrow

Adhesives are widely used in non-structural applications such as furniture manufacture and joinery. They are also used in the manufacture of panel products such as plywood, particleboard, fibreboard and oriented strandboard (OSB), of which some grades are used structurally.

Glulam and structural timber composites such as cross laminated...

05/08/2019 |  Wood Information Sheet  

Assessment and repair of structural timbernavigation-arrow

Repairs become necessary when a building is no longer safe or serviceable for its intended purpose, or to restore or improve its appearance, performance or function.

 

Timber structures can be repaired using traditional all-timber methods, mechanical fasteners and adhesives, but only following survey and assessment that take account of...

25/03/2019 |  Wood Information Sheet