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And Mackinven, A. (1998). The World List of Threatened Trees. World Conservation Press, Cambridge, UK. Riddiough, S. (1999). Wood residue: waste or resource? TRADA Technology, High Wycombe, Bucks, UK. Salvo (1998). The BigREc survey [online]. uk Waste Watch (2000). : Who runs the Civic Amenity sites — yourselves, or a contracted company? ) Is timber collected for recycling at any of your Civic Amenity sites? If yes, at how many sites? An introduction to wood waste in the UK · Dr Georgina Magin · Fauna & Flora International · ISBN 1-903703-02-6 33 Appendix 1: FFI questionnaire on tree and timber recycling Please give the names of these sites: Who processes the recycled timber (Civic Amenity site managers themselves or a separate company)?

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