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REA puts energy into biomass
The Renewable Energy Association is campaigning to ensure biomass has a role in the UK’s renewable energy production.
At your disposal
With interests in animal bedding products, the chipboard sector and wood biomass, Plevin offers a one-stop shop for disposal of any sawmill co-products or waste wood. Sally Spencer reports.
Cheshire Mouldings takes its environmental responsibilities seriously and sees the EU Timber Regulation as a positive step forward. Managing director John Carney reports.
Training tomorrow’s timber engineers
A major new initiative between the industry and Edinburgh Napier University aims to boost the UK’s timber engineering skills base. Mike Jeffree reports.
Calling all innovators
This year’s TTJ Awards take place at The Savoy on September 12 and Timber Expo and TRADA will be jointly sponsoring the Timber Innovation Award again. David Castle reports.
Window of opportunity
Heat treatment is providing new opportunities for external applications of US hardwoods, including window manufacture. Sally Spencer reports
Levelling the playing field
The Seneca Creek study demonstrated that there is a less than 1% risk of illegal wood entering the US hardwood supply chain – a key factor now that the EU Timber Regulation has come into force.
In good health
Dean Alanko, the new chairman of AHEC and vice-president of sales and marketing at Allegheny Wood Products, talks to TTJ about the health of both the organisation and the US hardwood sector.
Rhyme and reason
The American Hardwood Export Council is focused on giving its promotional strategy ever more technical clout. Mike Jeffree reports.
Building the future
TRADA’s University Engagement Programme is inspiring tomorrow’s architects and engineers about the merits of timber. David Castle reports
Daltons Wadkin provided technical support for TV presenter Nick Hewer’s charity mission to set up a joinery business in Sierra Leone.