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Conformance to


CSA 0122-06,

CAN/CSA 086-09 

CSA 0112.9-10

CSA 0112.10-08

CSA 0141-05 (R2009)

CSA 0177-06 (2015)


Preparing for 

ANSI PR 320-2015 

Advanced technology and modern building codes are expanding the opportunities for wood in construction.

Wood products offer advantages in terms of material, construction and environmental costs.


Wood is a renewable and responsible choice that helps reduce our environmental footprint.




The managed forest can do more

Unlike a left to themselves, forest where abide CO₂ bond and CO₂ emissions in the long term the balance, lowers the managed forest CO₂ to a considerable extent.  And through sustainable management of forest is growing steadily. Per second produces a cubic meter of wood, in which a ton of CO₂ is bound.

Management renovated the forest and reduces CO₂

Canada's forests are the product of centuries of care and use by humans. Strict Forest Act provides a framework for sustainable management. Top priority: It may no longer be harvested than grows. Therefore, the growing stock will also constantly in our forests. Old trees are removed before they begin to rot and release CO₂. This creates light and space for new trees that grow faster and capture CO₂ active again. In extracted wood remains carbon storage over the entire period of use exist. It also highlights the wood used other substances which would cause CO₂ replaced. If wood is used for energy, the bound CO₂ is free again. 

In Canada's forests are around 3.4 billion trees. In wood of trees and the forest floor a total of 800 million tonnes of carbon stored. This corresponds to approximately 3 billion tons of CO₂ bound.