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• Wood for Good is the timber industry’s campaign to promote use of wood in design and construction.
Wood is nature’s most versatile building material and modern engineering methods have expanded possibilities for its application beyond traditional uses. Launched in 2000, its objective is to make wood a first choice material for specifiers and designers by demonstrating what you can do with wood. Wood for Good members are committed to sustainable forest management.
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