Wood Preservation 2012 papers available to FIEA members
Delegates for the event were able to download all presentations from the event website, www.woodpreservationevents.com at the conclusion of the event. For FIEA members, a cross section of key papers have now just been added to the Tech Updates Members Section of the website. Access codes have recently been sent out to all members. In addition to the presentations just uploaded, around 450 presentations from recent events can also be accessed and used by all members.
Papers from Wood Preservation 2012 able now to be accessed by FIEA members include;
International Wood Treatment Trends & Issues Alan Preston, Director, Apterus Consulting, New Zealand
A Review of Timber Durability in Codes and Standards - Implications for AS1604 Geoff Stringer, Technical Manager, Hyne & Son, Australia
H2F Treated Framing – Waste Disposal and Recycling Issues Stephen Mitchell, Sustainability Programme Manager, Timber Development Association & Project Manager National Timber Product Stewardship Group, Australia
Innovations and Issues for Wood Protection from Europe. Implications to Australasian wood treatment companies. Erik Larnøy, Acting Director of Department, Forest Resources, Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, Norway
WPC Case Study Ken Chernabaeff, Business Development & Sales Manager, Advanced Plastic Recycling, Australia
Thermowood. Australasia’s first heat treatment operation for Radiata pine. Daan Olthuis, General Manager, Tunnicliffe Timber Ltd, New Zealand
Disposal of Treated Timber. Australasia’s move towards Product Stewardship. Murray Parrish, Environmental Manager, Carter Holt Harvey, New Zealand
Changing Building and Wood Treatment Standards Jeanette Drysdale, Registration & Product Approval Consultant, AR & JA Drysdale, New Zealand
Auditing Scheme for NZ Timber Treatment and Grading – a new joint initiative of WPA, NZTIF and DBH. Jeff Ilott, Executive Officer, NZ Timber Preservation Council, New Zealand
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