A low wood platform on which material can be stacked to facilitate mechanical handling, moving, and storage.
A homogeneous sheet of felted cellulose fibers bound together by interweaving and through the use of bonding agents, and made in a variety of types.
A thick, heavy-weight, rigid, single, or multi-ply type of paper traditionally made on multi-cylinder paper machine with and without dual head boxes or multi-former arrangements.
Matched small pieces of wood usually laid in geometrical patterns; using woods of various colors sometimes for enhancing.
A generic term for board material manufactured from wood particles or other lignocellulosic materials and a synthetic resin consolidated under heat and pressure.
A group of people, which may be an association, cooperative, federation, or other legal entity, established by the community to undertake collective action to address community concerns and need, and mutually share the benefits from the endeavor.
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Land, whether public or private, secured by law and kept under permanent forest cover. Includes land for the production of timber and other forest products, for the protection of soil and water, and for the conservation of biological diversity, as well as land intended to fulfill a combination of those functions.
A short-term privilege or authority granted by the State to a person to utilize any limited forest resources or undertake a limited activity within any forestland without any right of occupation and possession therein.
The tissues of the inner bark, characterized by the presence of sieve tubes and serving for the transport of food nutrients.
An underground divide that fixes the boundary of an area that contributes ground water to each stream system.
A long, heavy timber, round or square, that is driven deep into the ground to provide a secure foundation for structures built on soft, wet or submerged sites.
Forest stand composed primarily of native pine species, e.g., Pinus kesiya and the Pinus merkusii.