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  • Oct 8 2019

    What does Certified Timber mean? and why you should buy it.

    By Timberlink

    Certified Timber defined The definition of Certified Timber is when an independent third party has set environmental standards and then regularly checks they are being met by the business claiming the certification. The words certification and certified are thrown around a lot when people talk about timber, but what does it all mean?  In this […]

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  • Oct 8 2019

    5 reasons why Tasmanian Plantation Pine is the Ultimate Renewable Resource

    By Timberlink

    The easiest way you can reduce your environmental footprint and help address climate change is to simply use Tasmanian plantation pine wherever possible when building. Not convinced? Here we list the top five reasons why you should buy or specify Timberlink Tasmanian plantation pine in your next building project. 1. Tasmanian Pine Plantations are helping […]

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  • Oct 8 2019

    Timberlink Invests in Latest Mill Technology to Reduce Tasmanian Environmental Impact

    By Timberlink

    Tasmanian plantation pine is the perfect, sustainable building material. It is locally made, strong, renewable and has the lowest embodied energy of any major building material. And to top it off, timber absorbs carbon dioxide, a key contributor to global warming. For every cubic metre of timber, we make 631 kg of carbon dioxide is […]

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  • Oct 7 2019

    Timber – The Ultimate Renewable

    By Timberlink

    A campaign we can all get behind When we think of the renewables’ revolution in the 21st century, the first things that come to mind are solar, wind and hydro energy. But there is another type of renewable that has been in use for far longer and is just as important in fighting climate change; […]

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  • Jun 14 2019

    Five tips to ensure your timber sleeper landscaping will last

    By Timberlink

    Pine sleepers are a great cost-effective choice for landscaping jobs but there are a few tricks you should know to keep your sleeper projects looking good for longer.

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