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ENVIRONMENT
Trapa's lumber products are produced almost exclusively from forests in British Columbia, Alberta, and the U.S. Pacific Northwest. These forest are among the most highly regulated softwood forests in the world. Trapa has committed to the Chain of Custody processes that are maintained by the international standards set by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Both Trapa and our supply partners are fully compliant with all updated laws and regulations that are defined by these standards set by the International Standardisation Organization (ISO)

Click to see our PEFC Certificate  and our FSC Certificate .


For more information visit:

http://www.pefc.org/standards/chain-of-custody

https://ca.fsc.org/en-ca/fsc-certification/chain-of-custody-certification

testimonials

 

"Red Cedar, Douglas Fir, Engelmann Spruce, they can market them all, anywhere in the world. I enjoy working with a company like Trapa that is relatively small but has expertise in so many different products and species."

Rob Marusic,
Sales Manager, Downie Timber Ltd
 

Given their long history of selling lumber products overseas and our long history of working together it was only natural that we would entrust Trapa with the responsibility of marketing our own Hemlock production. Trapa provides S&R with real global exposure; it is not uncommon to find production from a single cut being shipped into ten different markets around the world."

D.G. (Chick) Stewart,
President, S&R Sawmills Ltd..

 

"I feel confident having Trapa market my lumber products into Japan due to their honest, knowledgable, hard working people at Trapa."

Ashley Zavisha,
Vice President, Zavisha Sawmills Ltd.