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Environmental Impact of Building and Construction Materials, Volume E: Timber and Timber Products

Environmental Impact of Building and Construction Materials, Volume E: Timber and Timber Products
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  • Environmental Impact of Building and Construction Materials, Volume E: Timber and Timber Products ISBN: 9780860178156 Paperback Dec 1995 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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This is the fourth of five volumes (PR12-16), each of which focuses on a specific construction material, describing its environmental impact on all stages of the life-cycle. A summary is given in SP116, which reviews the market, regulatory and other factors that influence the production and specification of construction materials, in particular the practicality and implications of labelling and life-cycle assessment.

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By: J Newton and R Venables
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