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Topics covered by FSC certification

Topics covered by FSC certification FSC certification is mainly applicable to wood and wood products, covering a wide range of topics, including environmental management, compliance with laws and regulations, social and economic welfare of workers, rights of indigenous people and social and economic welfare of communities. This environmental and social certification comes from

Topics covered by FSC certification2020-01-02T02:29:44+00:00

What Is FSC Certification? Why Are You Looking For It

What Is FSC Certification? Why Are You Looking For It The forest occupies a special place in the hearts of people who love outdoor activities. In addition to its beauty and entertainment value, forests also play a crucial role in the health of global ecosystems. Forests provide important habitats for wildlife, promote clean

What Is FSC Certification? Why Are You Looking For It2019-12-23T05:56:49+00:00

Wood Trend In High-end Market

Wood Trend In High-end Market As the third largest product industry in the world, furniture is the key to the growth of FSC demand. With this in mind, Roger Taylor, regional manager for the south, recently participated in the high point market (hpmkt) in North Carolina. With more than 2000 exhibitors and 75000

Wood Trend In High-end Market2019-12-18T08:49:45+00:00

WOOD FLOORING——-LACEY ACT

WOOD FLOORING-------LACEY ACT The Lacey Act is the federal protection act of the United States. It was originally developed in 1900 to protect wildlife. The act was amended in 2008 to cover plants and plant products, including timber. In the wood flooring industry, the Lacey Act deals with illegal logging. It prohibits the import, sale

WOOD FLOORING——-LACEY ACT2019-12-10T06:52:16+00:00

Wood Flooring Industry—LEAD

Wood Flooring Industry---LEAD Lead is a natural chemical element. It is a soft, malleable metal that can be toxic if ingested or inhaled. In the wood flooring industry, lead may be present in old finishes and paint, which is often encountered in home improvement projects. The United States Environmental Protection Agency requires that

Wood Flooring Industry—LEAD2019-12-03T07:15:30+00:00