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Regular plywood comes from valuable forest tracts. And the more plywood you use, the faster you deplete forest resources. Large-scale exploitation of forests hides the enormous truth at stake: “forests protect water quality and add to soil stability�?
They provide habitats for most of the world’s land-based plants and animals. And from this biodiversity comes a wealth of foods essential to human health.
On a larger scale, forests act as ‘carbon sinks�? absorbing carbon dioxide, a green house gas responsible vitally for global warming. Forests regulate temperature and rainfall and influence climate by a complicated interaction among ground, water, air and trees.
Forests once blanketed more than 40 percent of the earth’s land surface and now only cover 27 percent of it. Around 11 million hectares of tropical forest is disappearing each year. And with the current trend, tropical rainforests would disappear altogether within 25 years from four countries in the Americas, three countries in Africa and two countries in Asia.
At an “aware consumer�?level, it’s unthinkable to address the goliaths of the lumber lobby. But it’s possible in some small way to create ripple effects that could make a big difference.
We could start by using wood substitutes that will go a long way in reducing the demand for wood that comes from trees that are chopped down.
Natura has been involved in the Coir (Natural Fibre) industry for the past 25 years. We are a Bangalore based company with our unit located in Hosur, TN. Our product line has been developed over the years to include the following:
500 shelter were constructed to aid in the relief from the earth quake that effected Bhuj, Gujarat. This project was executed by Natura for the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and also Kutch Vikas Trust.
The frames were made of mild steel and the walls and roofs of Coirply. Weather coat paints were used to protect the sheets from UV rays and Mangalore tiles were used on the roofs for an asthetic effect. The boards having good insulation properties have shown a temperature difference of 5 to 8 degrees when compared to the outside temperature.
These shelters were built during march to july 2001 and it still continues to remain without any defects inspite of the extreme climatic conditions in Gujarat. These shelters are available as ready to assemble kits and can be made in sizes as per order.
For Over hundreds of years coconut fibre has been used as a natural substitute in a variety of applications. Especially because of its resilience, endurance and load bearing capabilities
A quick run down of the coconut fibre: