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Responsible Wood, a ‘must see’ for architects

Marketers will take Responsible Wood and PEFC to architectural practices… Responsible Wood has partnered with The Arc Agency, a leading marketing specialist in the architectural, interiors and landscape design industry to connect architects and design professionals with Responsible Wood and PEFC certification. The new relationship will see Responsible Wood present…

Responsible Wood to feature at mass timber conference

Responsible Wood one of 28 exhibitors at Frame Australia’s ‘Timber Off Site Construction’ conference Running Monday, June 17th and Tuesday, June 18th 2019 Responsible Wood, Australia’s largest forest certification scheme, will be a key feature at the upcoming Frame Australia conference in Melbourne. With a focus on timber construction, the…

Exclusive: Responsible Wood celebrates World Environment Day

As PEFC International turns the spotlight to the important role of trees in reducing air pollution… With air pollution the focus of this year’s World Environment Day Responsible Wood CEO Simon Dorries was well equipped with facts and figures to discuss the importance of trees and forests in regulating air…

Call for Entry! Australian Timber Design Awards 2019

Submissions close Friday June 28, 2019… Responsible Wood, Australia’s largest forest certification scheme, is proud to announce the continuation of its long running involvement in the Australian Timber Design Awards. As sponsors of the Australian Certified Timber category, Responsible Wood is proud to acknowledge building projects where Australian timber is…

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Consumers support products that carry PEFC logo

‘New campaign supposes consumers support PEFC certification on timber and paper products’ Forest certification is a must for processors, retailers and merchants that sell timber and paper based products to aware consumers according to Responsible Wood CEO Simon Dorries. Speaking ahead of the launch of a new ‘traceability’ campaign, Simon…

Exclusive: Inner-city oasis realised with certified timber

Emblem Apartments: Waterloo Once a bustling hub of industry, including glassworks, tanneries and rope-makers, Sydney’s Waterloo, like so many inner-city suburbs world-wide, has been experiencing a process of gentrification given its location only 3km from the CBD. It is also close to Sydney airport, beaches and universities, with the Sydney…