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About Pine Timber Products

"Pine Timber Products are aware of the impact our industry has on the environment and are conscious of the need to work towards a sustainable future.

Australia’s forest industry is providing valuable solutions in addressing the threat of climate change due to excess levels of greenhouse gasses. By managing our native forests and tree plantations, we can substantially reduce these emissions.

With government frameworks and regulations such as Forestry Standard and Chain of Custody Certification, Australia's forest industry can lead the way in the fight against climate change.

Chain of Custody Certification – is a process to verify that the supply link between forests and the final market product is completely Forest Management Certified.

Timber comes from a natural resource which is renewable, energy efficient and recyclable.

Modern forest management is based on the scientific principle of managing forests for sustainable wood production, while maintaining the forest’s biological systems. The development of programs to manage native and plantation forests is assuring that a wide variety of timbers are available on a sustainable basis and will continue to meet the needs of today’s Australians and the Australians of tomorrow.

Renewable - Timber is renewable resource because of the regrowth of forests. Unlike other products such as iron ore for steel, timber requires considerable less energy in the conversion of raw products to useable ones and in the remanufacture of material.

Recyclable - Timber products can be used and reused meaning its life is well beyond that of other materials.

Energy Efficient - Timber is one of the most energy efficient materials due to it being the product of solar energy.

Forests will continue to be the source of environmentally friendly products providing they are sustainably managed.

Timber is a natural carbon store which requires little in energy its production.

Consumers, builders and designers have the opportunity to dramatically reduce CO2 emissions by using timber as an alternative to other products. If half of the new homes in Australia were built using predominantly wood products, over 1.3 million tonnes of CO2 emissions could be saved.

More than 25 tonnes of CO2 emissions would be saved if wood products were used in the construction of a single story family home. For example, an extra 15 tonnes of CO2 emissions is emitted in the production of a concrete slab than from a timber floor. It is estimated that it would take approximately 64 years to recover this in energy savings."


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