Timber extraction is the process of transporting cut timber from the place where it was growing to a point where it can can be removed from site.
Glulam beams are made from a variety of wood species, most often softwood. This may include traditional softwoods such as Douglas-fir and Southern Pine, others such as Spruce/Pine/Fir and Hem-Fir, or naturally-durable species
Sand is very commonly used in road and building construction, often providing bulk, strength, and stability to other materials such as asphalt, concrete, mortar, render, cement, and screed. It also prevents cracking of mortar during setting. Well-graded sand increases the density of mortar.
Stones are strong, durable and descent in appearance. The main uses of stone as a building material are: As a principal material for foundation of civil engineering works, and for the construction of walls, arches, abutments and dams. In stone masonry in places where it is naturally available.
The joinery products such as paneling and flooring offer complete services from supply only through to fully installed and all sub trade services. NRDCL manufacture and market the joinery products at the reasonable and affordable prices from Ramtokto in Thimphu and Lingmithang in Mongar.
Firewood is any wooden material that is gathered and used for fuel. Generally, firewood is not highly processed and is in some sort of recognizable log or branch form, compared to other forms of wood fuel like pellets or chips. Firewood can be seasoned (dry) or unseasoned (fresh/wet).
Woodchips are small- to medium-sized pieces of wood formed by cutting or chipping larger pieces of wood such as trees, branches, logging residues, stumps, roots, and wood waste.
Until 1979, harvesting of timber was carried out by allotting working-coupes to contractors through open auctions. This practice was found to be unsustainable as the contractors operated the areas with the objective of making the maximum profit and without paying any regard to the scientific operation and management of forest. Read More