Programme for Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (PEFC)
PEFC is the world's largest forest certification system whose standards seek to transform the way forests are managed globally (and locally) to ensure that all of us can enjoy the environmental, social and economic benefits that forests offer.
Australian Forestry Standard (AFS)
Promotes sustainable forest management in Australia's forests and is underpinned by the world's largest forest certification schemes, the European-based PEFC.
Forest Stewardship Council Certification (FSC)
FSC Certification is a stakeholder-owned system for promoting responsible management of the world’s international forests. The FSC is a global, not-for-profit organisation that monitors standards for responsible forest management and practices and accredits independent third party organisations who certify forest managers and forest product producers to FSC standards.
Fine Timber Tasmania
Fine Timber Tasmania
Chain of Custody is an innovative and credible program that guarantees the exotic Tasmanian timber has been legally sourced from a sustainably managed forest and represents a responsible purchase decision. Guaranteed.
American Hardwood Council (AHEC)
The leading international trade association for the US hardwood industry. Britton Timbers works closely with the Council to bring the finest sustainably-produced American hardwoods to its Australian customers.
Cambia by NFP
Thermally modified wood uses high heat in a controlled atmosphere to improve dimensional stability and decay resistance of wood in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner.
A rapidly growing company, manufacturing a diverse selection of timber products. Ranging from decorative dry products for furniture and joinery, flooring, decking and staircase components to veneer and fence screening.
The council's principal objectives are to heighten the profile, quality and value of Tasmanian products and services in the marketplace and to encourage a broad-based ownership of the Tasmanian brands by Tasmanian enterprises and the community.
Centre for Sustainable Architecture With Wood (CSAW)
A multidisciplinary research and education group that aspires to be a national leader in sustainable architectural design and building with wood.
Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA)
Directs investment into research and development projects that are vital to the expansion and innovation of forest and wood product-based industries.
Forestry Industry Association of Tasmania (FIAT)
An employer body which was formed in 1983 to represent the interest of processors of Tasmanian forest products.
The Tasmanian Government's state forest land manager and its mission is to ensure that Tasmania's state forests will be a globally-trusted source of sustainable timber and other forest products and services for this and future generations.
The Joseph William Gottstein Memorial Trust Fund was established in 1971 as a national education trust to promote the development of Australia's forest products industry.
National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA)
Serving NHLA Members in the North American Hardwood Lumber Industry by maintaining order, structure, rules, and ethics in the changing hardwood marketplace.
Timber Merchants Association (TMA)
Provides expert advice, representation and services for members as they work to satisfy the needs of their customers, community and the environment.
Features innovative timber buildings from Australia and around the world. These case studies focus on the use of timber across a vast range of applications, highlighting both its natural and environmental benefits.