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A new paper by the US Forest Service indicates that a new timber processing process may be a boon for the timber sector, and may be an incentive to grow the industry in the future.
According to the paper, which was published on Thursday in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, the paper’s authors used a modeling tool to estimate that the use of timber processing in the United States can help increase the value of the timber harvest.
“The new paper suggests that a biomass-based biomass-fiber processing technique is more productive than conventional processing,” said the study’s lead author, David R. Anderson, a senior researcher in the US Geological Survey’s Integrated Resource Analysis Branch.
“If this is the case, it could lead to a resurgence of the American timber industry and help the US industry in some ways.”
The authors found that using a combination of biomass and wood, the authors estimate that a log can produce up to 50% more wood output than the traditional logging method.
This result was consistent across a range of logging techniques, from conventional to bioreactors, according to the study.
In addition to boosting the value that the timber harvesting process brings to the economy, the researchers also found that a forest-based process can help the timber industries to adapt to climate change, which may lead to better yields and better quality in the timber process.
The study also found significant impacts to the environment that could be avoided by the use, or lessening, of a forestry product, the use and/or reduction of which would help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The authors estimated that reducing the use or use by less than 5% of the US population would reduce greenhouse gases by 17% over the period 2030-2040.
However, the Forest Service has said that it is not yet sure if biomass and other forms of wood-based processing will be a solution to the increasing problem of forest fires, particularly in the western United States.
“While biomass and fiber-based products have proven to be successful for forestry, there are still significant environmental and social impacts associated with both,” Anderson said.
“These include the use to fuel fires, the production of fuels for fire-resistant wood products and the use for other non-flammable products such as cooking oil and cleaning products.”
While the study suggests that the benefits of using wood-fired timber products may be greater than the environmental benefits, the forest service said that its initial evaluation of biomass- and fiber/fiber-based processes found no significant environmental impacts.
“We are continuing to look at potential impacts, including impacts on the forest ecosystem and the effects on the air, water and soil,” said a spokesperson for the US Forestry Department.
“Our goal is to work with timber processing companies to find solutions that maximize the benefits and minimize the environmental impacts of these processes.”
The Forest Service added that it does not have the authority to approve or deny the use by a timber processing company of biomass or other products.
“There is no regulatory authority for timber processing or biomass production,” the spokesperson said.
“The Forest service does not regulate the practices of any companies, and does not require them to comply with any regulatory requirements.”
The US Forestry department added that if a company wants to start using biomass or fiber-fired processing to boost the value or quality of the harvest, they must first obtain a permit from the US government, and then go through the process of setting up a program.
“This permit is needed to ensure that the company does not exceed the amount allowed for the processing, and also to ensure the company can continue to operate as planned,” the US forestry department said.