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Recovering wood for reuse and recycling : a United States perspective

The United States is a country with a vast forest resource, comprising about one-third of its total land area (or about 3 million square kilometers). As a result, wood is an important renewable resource and is widely used in many applications! including building construction, furniture, fuelwood, textile fabrics, organic chemicals, and paper manufacture. This wide usage generates a large volume of wood waste. Currently, nearly 63 million metric tons of this material is generated in the manufacture, use, and disposal of solid wood products each year. This paper describes the types and amounts of waste wood generated in 2002, recycling efforts in the United States, and the reuse of lumber salvaged from building removal. 2004
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Recovering wood for reuse and recycling : a United States perspective   (2004)

The United States is a country with a vast forest resource, comprising about one-third of its total land area (or about 3 million square kilometers). As a result, wood is an important renewable resource and is widely used in many applications! including building construction, furniture, fuelwood, textile fabrics, organic chemicals, and paper manufacture. This wide usage generates a large volume of wood waste. Currently, nearly 63 million metric tons of this material is generated in the manufacture, use, and disposal of solid wood products each year. This paper describes the types and amounts of waste wood generated in 2002, recycling efforts in the United States, and the reuse of lumber salvaged from building removal.

Author: Falk, Robert H.; McKeever, David B.


Source: European COST E31 Conference : Management of Recovered Wood Recycling Bioenergy and other Options : proceedings, 22-24 April 2004, Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki : University Studio Press, 2004: Pages 29-40.

Citation: Falk, Robert H.; McKeever, David B.  2004.  Recovering wood for reuse and recycling : a United States perspective  European COST E31 Conference : Management of Recovered Wood Recycling Bioenergy and other Options : proceedings, 22-24 April 2004, Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki : University Studio Press, 2004: Pages 29-40..
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