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The Juken Nissho plywood mill in Kaitaia, New Zealand cuts costs

The Juken Nissho plywood mill in Kaitaia, Northland, New Zealand, is cutting costs and hours worked by contractors, as Radio New Zealand informed Lesprom Network.


Greener homes mean much more than planting lots of trees

Building energy-saving homes is no longer enough. Nowadays, houses must be people-friendly and kind on the environment as well.


China trade threatens tropical trees

China is at the heart of a trade that is pushing some tropical trees towards extinction, environmental groups say.


Canada - Lumber waste a hot commodity

West Coast timber companies are nervous that a money-is-no-object bid to transform British Columbia's lumber waste into clean energy could starve existing industries of the wood they need.


‘Forest Week' in Bulgaria

This years' motto says: ‘Bulgarian Forest - indivisible part of the European Green Wealth'.


Russian production of solid wood products to increase in 2007 and 2008

The Russian production of solid wood products is forecast to increase in 2007 and 2008 due to growing international and domestic demand. Exports of softwood logs, lumber, and hardwood plywood are increasing with China, Japan, and Finland as the major destinations.


UK Government confirms PEFC as source of legal and sustainable timber

The UK Government today confirmed that PEFC sustainable forest management certification provided an assurance that its certified timber-based products originated from legal and sustainable sources. The government has signalled its preference for certified timber products in its own timber procurement policy and recommends consumers make the same responsible choice. The announcement follows a detailed assessment of forest certification systems by the Government’s Central Point of Expertise on Timber (CPET).


Ukraine working toward adapting national legislation of norms and standards to European requirements

A draft "White Book" is devoted to the policy of adaptation of the national legislation of norms and standards to European requirements. It has been drafted by the State Committee of Ukraine for Technical Regulation and Consumer Policy.


Fires cause havoc in northern Spain

Dozens of forest fires raging across parts of northern Spain have left at least three people dead. Yesterday a man trying to put out a fire threatening his home was confirmed as the third fatality.


European Commission adopts an EU Forest Action Plan

Today the European Commission has adopted an EU Forest Action Plan. The Action Plan builds on last year's report on the implementation of the EU Forestry Strategy and consequent conclusions by the Council. The Action Plan focuses on four main objectives:

Статті пакля

Французская компания Scierie Pallets du Littoral SA, выпускающая паллеты, сообщает о почти двукратном росте объемов производства.

KRONO group tells how they came to Ukraine

Finland is Europe’s most forested country, with trees covering all of three-quarters of the total land area. Finland is also the European leader when it comes to strictly protected forests, which account for 7.2 per cent of the total forest area. Finnish Forest Industries Federation, January 2006

вагонка киев цена проектуємо сушильні камери
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