Did you know..
Timber has over 5,000 uses including paper, pencils,
construction materials and even clothing. The average
person consumes 12 trees a year in their every day life -
wood, paper, packaging, cardboard, toilet tissue, etc.
Cellulose is a complex carbohydrate which can be obtained
from wood pulp. It is mainly used to produce paperboard and paper,
to a smaller extent it is converted into a wide variety of
derivative products such as cellophane and rayon.
Our Scottish forests are a valuable timber resource
supplying a number of key markets. Select one of the 9 panels
below to find out more..