On a limited environmental life cycle analysis (LCA) basis, wood-based products have one of the lowest carbon footprints of any construction material, because it removes CO2 from the atmosphere and remains carbon negative even when manufacture and transportation is taken into account. As such, building in wood sourced from sustainably-managed plantations can therefore make a positive contribution to combating climate change.
BUILDING SUSTAINABLY IN PLY
Ecoply plywood is carbon negative, locally manufactured from timber from sustainably managed forests and is easy to work with. This video shows Ecoply featured in the Monash University Chancellery building, the mill in Myrtleford and the sustainable forests in the Bright Valley.
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