Business coalition asks furniture trade to support forest certification scheme

Westphal, Linda
February 1998
Cabinet Maker;02/27/98, Issue 5077, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the call by a multi-business environmental group for the furniture trade of Great Britain to ensure timber consumed in the country comes from well managed forests, at the 1998 conference of the WWF 95+ Group. Remarks from Ross McClaren, Homebase chief executive officer about membership to the group.


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