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World’s First Carbon-Neutral Ground Protection: Eucalyptus Timber Mats by World Forest Group

Low impact, cost effective timber mats that meet decarbonization goals through superior strength, standardization, safety, sustainability, and carbon offsets HOUSTON, Oct. 12, 2021 – World Forest Group (WFG) announced that as of August 1, 2021 all of its environmentally friendly, completely renewable Eucalyptus timber, crane, and access mats are now carbon neutral. Used to protect

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How to Destroy a Eucalyptus Mat

Summary We almost figured out how to destroy World Forest Group’s Eucalyptus timber mats. Start with mats that have been scraped and flipped 250 times, and dropped three times for product testing, then subject the same mats to 8000+ trips, five moves, and 565 million pounds of traffic over the course of a year. We

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Why Power Line and Renewables Users are Turning to Eucalyptus Mats

Introduction Some years ago, a large EPC asked us, “Can you make us a Eucalyptus timber mat that can replace our mixed hardwood and CLTs? They just don’t last longer than 6-12 months.” You might be facing the same problems and seeking alternative matting solutions which balance price, lifespan, and sustainability.* Contractors and EPCs have

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Solar Power World Features #ABetterTimberMat

“What differentiates solar EPCs from each other is execution on the ground rather than access to solar hardware. They control what they can. That means getting people and resources in and out quickly, safely and executing efficiently. With matting, solar EPCs have a competitive advantage instead of being left with risk and possible cost overruns

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Profits with Eucalyptus Timber Mats!

Summary: Charlie considers his options for improving company profits using Eucalyptus timber mats. Original video at YouTube. Contact us if you are interested in getting a financial analysis of Eucalyptus timber mats vs. whatever mat you’d like to compare.

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