Birch trees are the ultimate renewable resource with virtually every part of the tree employed by many industries. We make brooms and sauna whisks out of twigs, furniture and flooring out of timber. Plywood mills use waste and residue to make other materials and as boiler fuel for energy production. Back in the day, people used the bark in roofing and canoe building, and even the sap in winemaking!
Birch is an abundant species found in the forests of the northern hemisphere and is widespread across Canada, Russia and most of Northern Europe, in particular countries bordering The Baltic. Birch trees are relatively fast-growing and support a myriad of different wildlife, and, when managed as a sustainable forest resource, do not impinge on the natural biodiversity.
Birch Plywood, when sustainably-sourced, is definitely ‘The Natural Choice’.