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New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.


https://facilityexecutive.com/2019/03/usgbc-releases-new-timber-traceability-leed-credit/
New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.

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USGBC Releases New Timber Traceability LEED Credit

New pilot credit increases transparency in timber supply chains and reduces the risk of illegally harvested wood being used in buildings.

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