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Wood from various sources can be used for fuel, including roundwood, chips and sawdust from wood processing, specific products such as pellets and briquettes, and recycled wood.
The following pages provide data on:
In addition, estimates of roundwood used directly for woodfuel are provided in tables 2.5 and 2.6.
Results from a survey of woodfuel suppliers, run in Spring 2009, were provided in Forestry Statistics 2009.
Recycled wood used for woodfuel
Estimates of recycled wood used for woodfuel have been obtained from the Wood Recyclers’ Association. In 2013, it is estimated that 825 thousand tonnes of recycled wood were used for woodfuel, an increase of 9% from the 2012 estimate of 759 thousand tonnes.
Source: Wood Recyclers Association
These figures are outside the scope of National Statistics.
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