In case you have not noticed, more and more service oriented businesses are endeavoring to become enviro-friendly. If not that, they are already there. Environmentally friendly. More and more commercial entities and industrial nodes are doing what they can to go green. If not that, they are already green friendly. And where essential and required materials have been threatened to extinction, collaborations have been entered into in order to reverse this negative trend. A good example is the sourcing, processing and distribution of timber products.
Go out to any timber plantation, usually miles away from town, and you will observe that the ever-present lumberjacks are handling it with care. With new devices to hand, they are allowed to be a lot more efficient and careful in how they down trees. Not a timber log will be going to waste. And these plantations are not, in any way, endangered crops. They have, however, been manufactured in those natural spaces where there is no infringement on other natural resources which, previously threatened or endangered, now need to be preserved.
And down in the timber yard, you can visit these too, all or most timber boards are being cut to size. From this yard to the retail and wholesale space, readily available and ready to use timber is being used as resourcefully as possible. Perhaps just one matter still needs to be cut down to size. The mass transportation of logs and prepared furniture and infrastructure materiel still needs to be managed in a more efficient manner because heavy trucking is still playing its negative part on the earth’s fragile carbon footprint.
Nevertheless, the abundance of new timber plantations is having the reverse effect in the sense that all these trees are greedily absorbing the carbon dioxide for its nourishment.