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Following the recent UN resolution, the PEFC Council Board of Directors has issued a statement today clarifying that all timber originating from Russia and Belarus as ‘conflict timber’ and therefore cannot be used in PEFC-certified products.
Focus on Sustainable Wood Furniture – what does this mean for manufacturers, importers and distributors?
Australian furnishing manufacturers and importers are invited to the exclusive, two-day “PEFC chain of custody webinar to companies – wooden furniture focus” on 9-10 December 2021.
Q & A with Responsible Wood – Responsible Wood CEO, Simon Dorries sits down with AFA CEO, Patrizia Torelli to discuss Responsible Wood, PEFC, forest certification and all things timber legality.
The Australian Illegal Logging Prohibition Act is now in force.From 1 January 2018, importers of regulated timber products into Australia.
As of the 1st of January 2018, the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources will cease the “soft start” audit period.
All imported furniture that contains timber, wooden articles, bamboo and related products (whether for commercial or personal use) must comply with the import conditions as stated on the Department of Agriculture and Water resources’ Biosecurity Import Conditions system (BICON).