I know, it’s an old joke but the inference could be nearer than we think. I was at the first Timber Trade Federation conference on European Oak in April held in co-operation with the European Organisation of the Sawmill
Sustainable? One of the Oxford English dictionary definitions of ‘Sustainable’ is ‘Able to be maintained at a certain rate or level’. But what does that mean in the timber industry? Timber is a sustainable product, we all know that.
We told you in the previous Beam blog about the power of Oak, and its ability to be stronger than bricks and mortar. We weren’t exaggerating when we said that, it is a remarkable hardwood. We have seen examples