Trees are the lungs of planet Earth.
During photosynthesis, trees take H2O from the ground and combine it with
CO2 (greenhouse gases) absorbed from the atmosphere.
Through this process life-giving oxygen is released into the atmosphere
and the harmful carbon is stored as wood fibre.
When wood is burnt the stored carbon is released back into the atmosphere.
Through our milling process of turning felled trees and reclaimed wood into
usable timber the harmful carbon remains locked in and we help
to reduce the impact that greenhouse gases have on the environment.