|Tallest modern residential building -- Forte Living Melbourne now complete|
|Expan opens new commercial building markets to timber|
|Timber industry prepared for Illegal Logging Prohibition Act|
|Disposal of H2F Bluepine offcuts - costs of disposal the big issue|
|2012 breaks all records for the Awards|
|Taking timber online|
|Take advantage of our #1 Google ranking|
|TDA Newsletter 2012 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2012 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2011 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2011 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 3|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2010 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 3|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2009 No. 1|
|TDA Newsletter 2008 No. 2|
|TDA Newsletter 2008 No. 1|
|TDA Annual Reports|
|Bluepine disposal -- What's happening?|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2012 00:00|
TDA has written an online survey to quantify the extent to which this problem exists—if it exists at all. The survey will also reveal whether problems vary either between regions or according to size of manufacturer.
The survey has been sent to over 300 frame and truss manufacturers. Once the results are in, we'll aggregate the data and make our recommendations.
TDA's Stephen Mitchell is running the H2F waste disposal and recycling project. He is aided by timber suppliers and the Frame and Truss Manufacturers Association of Australia. Forest and Wood Products Australia is funding the project.
Please take a moment to fill out the survey if you're a frame and truss manufacturer who works with Bluepine. We would be grateful also if you would forward the survey on to others.