BWF seeks to reduce UK wood waste
Published:  13 October, 2009

LONDON: The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) is looking for companies across the timber industry to take part in a major initiative to improve the UK's record on wood waste.

The Wood Waste Resource Efficiency Project has secured 50 000 of funding from the BRE Trust and Waste Recycling Action Programme (WRAP).

To secure sector-wide input, the WWREP has set up a working group with other timber trade bodies and is also involving the Wood Recyclers Association. Now, it is looking for businesses to get involved with the pilots.

Companies interested in participating should visit the site.

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