BSW Group central to finalising agreement for Selco Builders Merchant to buy 8,000 woodland-generated carbon credits.
The timber industry is coming together to raise awareness of timber’s environmental benefits.
BSW is supporting the Wood CO2ts less campaign in association with Wood for Good, Confor and the Timber Trade Federation.
The aim of the campaign is to promote the use of all wood products as low carbon materials and illustrate how using wood can help reduce CO2 in the atmosphere and slow down climate change.
Hamish Macleod, Director of Public Affairs at BSW Timber, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to support the Wood CO2ts Less campaign. As a business rooted in nature BSW firmly believes that timber products hold the key to the sustainable future of the construction industry, and we are dedicated to creating a more sustainable environment for future generations.”
Here are four key facts outlining how timber products can make a positive difference for a more sustainable built environment:
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