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Prepare your trees for summer storm season

Preparing for summer storms is not always easy as the weather can be unpredictable. Cleanup from summer storms can also equate to increased overtime, so it is important that grounds professionals be as proactive as possible when it comes to weather changes and preparation....

source: By Jeannea Jones
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A revised draft of the proposed national wood chip heating fuel technical quality standard for the U.S. is now open for stakeholder feedback and comment. The standard development project is coordinated by the Biomass Energy Resource Center, the American Society of Agricultural...

source: Innovative Natural Resource Solutions LLC via Biomass Magazine

Bill Bell, executive director of the Maine Pellet Fuels Association, writes: "During these 'slack' times, the most encouraging development affecting Maine's four heating pellet manufacturers may be the solidarity being extended by our state's much larger forest products...

source: Biomass Magazine

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada's Safety Committee in co-operation with WorkSafeBC and BC Forest Safety Council are hosting a workshop on process hazard analysis. WPAC and WorkSafeBC have agreed that the wood pellet industry should...

source: Canadian Biomass

The acute demand for quick, sustainable and high quality solutions to the current shortfall in housing stock has resulted in offsite timber construction becoming a key building method to meet the demand for affordable housing. This readily available modern method of construction...

source: Planning & Building Control Today

Wood is the oldest of construction materials. It's elemental, and humankind's relationship with it runs deep, but in a very literal sense, we’ve been burnt by it one too many times. After the Great Fire of London wiped out 80 percent of the city, the London Building...

source: The Engineer

Construction is in our genetics, and making has always been a very labor-intensive business. It's only relevantly recently (since the emergence of mechanization) that construction has become easier, quicker and cheaper. The latest...

source: Tech Wire Asia

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