When the weather turns cold and dry, you might think wood chips are useless.
But they have a very real effect on the environment and our health.
Wood chips are often used in construction materials like plywood, which are made from the bark of trees that have been cut down for use as building materials.
These are then shipped overseas to be processed and processed again.
But a lot of those wood chips, as well as other materials like plastic, are also exported.
And as we all know, we use so much of that stuff, it’s an absolute scourge.
One of the biggest problems we have is the lack of information about wood chips.
Wood chip manufacturers have been known to lie about the nature of the materials used to make their products, and some companies even use the term “trash” to describe their products.
Wood is an extremely precious resource.
If you look at how much land there is around the world, it could be the equivalent of about 40 football pitches.
But because it’s difficult to see the exact amount of land that is being used for production, the amount of wood used in these products is not fully known.
A good example of this is the United Kingdom.
One study estimated that between 40 and 60 million tonnes of wood is used in the UK every year.
It’s used in everything from building materials, furniture, paper and plastic, to furniture, to carpets and carpeting.
The UK has been one of the largest exporters of wood chips since the 19th century.
As a result, there are more than 2,500 wood chip plants across the UK.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are also large amounts of wood waste.
For example, there is waste left in the soil and on the roads.
It is also a major source of pollution and climate change-related emissions.
And the wood industry is one of Australia’s largest polluters, emitting around 17,000 tonnes of CO2 a year.
In many parts of the world there is little or no regulation of the use of wood products and many countries have policies which discourage the use.
In some cases, these policies have even been criticised by human rights organisations.
The world’s top wood companies say that their products are made with only a fraction of the amount used in most countries.
But even if they are made using a much smaller amount, there’s still a huge amount of wasted wood in the world.
According to a recent report by the Wood Alliance, there was a total of 7.6 billion tonnes of used wood in 2014, a figure that has remained constant for the last decade.
The Wood Alliance report states that there are about 6,500 companies worldwide that make and sell wood products.
This is up from around 3,400 in 2005.
These companies are using a lot more wood than is actually needed to make a product.
The report points out that only about 30% of used lumber actually ends up in the right place.
So if the wood is not used properly, the waste is carried around the planet and used in other products.
What does the report say?
The Wood Foundation has compiled a report called “Wood: A Global History of Waste” that aims to help people understand the role of waste in the global economy.
The organisation has created a database that allows you to search for products, including wood, that are either made of recycled or reclaimed wood.
It also shows how much wood is wasted globally each year.
The information is available in a form that’s easy to read and use.
So to help the public understand the problems of wood use, the Wood Foundation released the first of two reports, Wood Waste: A World History, in April 2017.
The second report, Sustainable Wood: The Story of Our Future, looks at how wood is currently being used.
The first report is based on research carried out in the US and the second is based in Britain.
The third report looks at the use and sustainability of wood in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.
The fourth report is due to be published in February 2019.
What’s the deal with wood chips?
Wood chips make up a lot.
According the Wood foundation, they account for one in every 10 tonnes of materials used in industrial processes.
Wood makes up around 90% of the waste produced worldwide.
However, most of that waste is made up of old, untreated wood.
Wood, like any other raw material, is not treated in a way that it can be reused or reused in a more sustainable way.
As such, it can have harmful effects on the land it’s being used on, the air it’s breathing, and on other creatures and plants.
This means that it’s a major contributor to climate change.
So how do you know when your wood chips have been treated properly?
You can look at a log, which is used to measure the wood’s age.
This will give you a rough estimate of the age of the wood chips and