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Tackling barriers to retrofit solutions and preservation

British Woodworking Federation technical director Kevin Underwood says when it comes to retrofitting energy efficiency measures in historic homes, there’s a delicate balance between preserving cultural assets and meeting net zero targets. Timber windows can tick both boxes

Time to broaden the species spread

Using a wider range of timber species provides both greater market choice and sustainability benefits, says American Hardwood Export Council European director David Venables

Beyond the hard hats

Rox Newton, process manager at Scotts Timber Engineering says there are opportunities for everyone within the construction industry

Imports subdued

TDUK statistics show timber and panel imports remain subdued

Timber and Joinery Down

Latest BMBI figures show timber and joinery products sales in the first two months fell -6.4% on 2023

Woodsafe launches new fire-retardant product

Woodsafe Timber Protection has launched a new fire-retardant product, which is says is safe for people and the environment.

Over 97% of UK waste wood processed in 2023

Over 97% of UK waste wood was sent for processing in 2023, the highest level to date, according to the latest annual statistics published on June 13 by the Wood Recyclers’ Association (WRA).

New investment driving sustainability at Nicklin

Nicklin Transit Packaging has invested in its first electric articulated truck as part of its decarbonisation journey.

AV Birch announces Uni-Roll finance offer

AV Birch has announced a new finance offer that allows businesses to bring the innovative Uni-Roll 12m 750 open web beam roller machine on-site for only £392.29 per week (£1,699.92 per month); terms and conditions apply.

James Jones’s Timber Systems Division celebrates 25 years

James Jones & Sons Ltd is proud to announce the 25th anniversary of its Timber Systems Division based in Forres.