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But the main reason for recycling is that the world is moving closer to global warming. Increasing environmental problems and global warming have given individuals many reasons to do this Greenotechindia - There are many reasons for Wood Recycling or Wood Recycling is the process of turning waste wood into new/usable products. This process was adopted in many countries in the early 1990s and it is very popular in countries like Australia and New Zealand. Through wood recycling, we have developed environmentally friendly products for reuse, man-made wood, etc. Wood recycling helps to grow and save Trees, with this they develop quality products similar to what they developed with fresh wood. But the main reason for recycling is that the world is moving closer to global warming. Increasing environmental problems and global warming have given each person many reasons to recycle waste products and reduce their footprint globally. The use of fresh wood in industries is increasing with different uses such as paper industry using fresh wood as pulp, plywood, transportation industry…. Wood Recycling or Wood Recycling is the process of turning waste wood into new / usable products. This process was adopted in many countries in the early 1990s and it is very popular in countries like Australia and New Zealand. Through wood recycling, they have developed environmentally friendly products for reuse, artificial wood ... Wood recycling helps to grow and save Trees, with this they develop quality products similar to what they developed with fresh wood. Wood industry Trees play a big role in our personal lives as well as in our daily lives. We use them from toothpaste to tires, plant chemicals and other wood by-products around us. They provide shade, oxygen, fruits, nuts and wood products like paper, furniture and houses, etc. As we are developing economically and industrializing, we are also using more wood products. India, for example, is growing rapidly with an annual basis that more than 1.5 billion pallets are produced each year and about 5 billion pallets (almost) are used across the country. The plywood and furniture industry is growing day by day in India for the past few years. The Indian furniture sector is around Rs.120000 Cr. (20 billion USD) provides livelihood for more than 300,000 people, this industry has an annual growth rate of 30%. Here it can be noted that the Wood industry and the Woodworking Industry play a very important role in shaping the strong growth of the Indian Economy. The Wood, Plywood, Furniture and other wood products sector is one of the key industries with huge potential to gain from these developments as India is one of the major wood users in Asia. Pacific. India's plywood industry is approximately Rs.7000 cr. and the industry is growing at a rapid rate of 10-20% per year. In India, about 600 to 700 units are currently operating across the country. India's exports of wood and wood products totaled US $ 453 million in the period 2010-11, up 20% year-on-year. According to Experts, this figure has reached 600 million US dollars by 2020. Even imports of Indian wood and products annually have increased from 500 million dollars to 2.7 billion dollars in the decade. last century. India imported wood and its products a record 54 million USD in 2013. Benefits of wood recycling In general, everyone likes laminate flooring in the home / office because not only is it beautiful, but it also helps retain heat. But if that floor board is made from recycled waste wood then it is not only beautiful but also cheap. Another benefit of recycled wood is its environmental friendliness. There is no tree that needs cutting to grow as old, but just taking advantage of old trees that other people have left. One of the best benefits of recycled wood that people are often not aware of, is the most recycled wood is actually stronger than new wood. When we produce new wood / wood, we need fresh wood and before using it, it is put in a drying oven to dry the moisture inside the wood but it cannot be completely removed. With recycled wood you can be sure that the moisture is almost zero as it has dried for a long time, thus making them very hard and firm. Recycled wood has the advantage of being about 20% less moisture than virgin wood about 60% to 70%. This means that for the same weight of purchased wood, you pay less moisture when it comes to recycled wood. Lower humidity also means higher durability. With wood recycling, we can reduce raw material costs as well as operating costs. Wood recycling is more beneficial for plank factories to produce higher value chipboard, medium density fiberboard and fiber board. Through wood recycling, recycling units help to reduce wood waste and save wood resources, more environmentally friendly. One of the biggest benefits of wood waste recycling is reducing the physical space consumed by wood in landfills. Through the introduction of waste wood recycling companies that have adopted an eco-friendly and business-oriented approach. Conclusion As we know Trees are a renewable resource, but around the world, forest areas are being dramatically reduced and current rates of wood use are unsustainable. Thousands of tons of waste wood are available all around us and they are recyclable and resource-rich. Green-O-Tech India is also an initiative to help Indian industry adopt this green recycling initiative for waste wood. Currently, Green-O-Tech India has cooperated with 7 Indian industries to recycle wood and Green-O-Tech India recycles 500 tons of wood in a month. In India, the perception of wood recycling is almost zero, and even industries are not paying much attention to the same thing. Through the application of waste wood recycling, we reduce the amount of waste being sent to landfills and incinerators, Prevent pollution by cutting down trees and Reducing greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to hot earth. up.