How does SGL Furniture recycle abandoned wood?
First of all, can wood be recycled?
Yes, most of the discarded wood can be reused as building material, recycled into mulch for landscaping or pulp for paper production, or used cost-effectively as fuel.
In addition, the reuse and recycling of wood reduces the need to cut down trees.
How to recycle wood?
The key to wood recycling is learning to differentiate between the various types of wood products so that you can recycle those that can be recycled.
The particularly clean wood can be recycled and reused as a new product.
When recycling wood, it must be treated in several stages, mainly including the following steps
- Reception, weighing and quality control
- Sorting according to wood grades
- Primary shredding
- Separation of recyclable materials
- Secondary crushing / granulation
Benefits of wood recycling:
Effective wood management practices and strategies are being developed to reduce environmental impacts, cut costs and provide new opportunities.
Environmental impact – The first and most important benefit of recycling wood is saving trees.
Recycling wood also helps reduce environmental impact by keeping less waste out of landfills.
Reduction of energy costs – Recycling wood reduces energy costs. When products are made from virgin materials, energy is expended to extract and process these materials, and this includes the burning of fossil fuels.
This natural-toned bedroom comes to life with the unique silhouettes of its furniture, bringing a touch of whimsy to the interior while retaining a feeling of luxury. Tailored to function and comfort in your living space, each element adds personality in a refined way.
Redesigning your home is not always easy. It is important to make the right choices. At MEUBLES SGL, we offer effective tools to help you optimize your space and bring the charm of old wood into your home.
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