Climate emergency: an industry response
In This Series
Ron Alalouff examines the role of architects and engineers in specifying timber in buildings to help mitigate the worst effects of climate change.
Article from Timber 2020 Industry Yearbook
TRADA Technology Consultant Elizabeth Turner discusses the impact the EU Timber Regulation will have on timber specification and supply
Forests, as we know, are used for much more than timber structures and building components. However, the construction industry and the timber supply chain have a key role to play...
The ability to prove that a product is from a legal and sustainable source is now a key factor in the specification of timber and timber products, with consumers increasingly recognising on-product certification labels as an indication that the product has come from a well-managed forest.
Article from In...
Biomass is a generic term for a wide range of organic materials including wood, which are used to generate electricity and/or heat. Waste wood is just one form of biomass for which there is rapidly growing interest in the UK.
The key difference between using biomass and fossil fuels...