Wood recycling

Wood recycling

Recovering wood means preserving the environment that surrounds us. Recycling wood means treating the raw material, the trees correctly and reducing the environmental impact of wood waste disposed in landfills.

Obtaining raw material from wood waste also means protecting the atmosphere: carbon dioxide is contained and “frozen” in wood fibres, and is released only when the wood is no longer used.

Re-producing wood from waste therefore prevents the carbon dioxide and carbon contained in the wood fibres from being dispersed.

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