The dead and for the most part unmerchantable
wood behind my house, and the driftwood from the pond, have supplied the remainder of my fuel.
Woody biomass harvesting is similar to a traditional timber harvest except the unmerchantable
woody material, such as tree-tops, small-diameter trees, and pre- existing deadwood that would normally be left on site are removed for biofuel production (Riffel et al.
gt;20 cm diameter at breast height (DBH), and whole trees of unmerchantable
trembling aspen, sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.
trees (too small to process into sawlogs) plus the limbs and tops of merchantable trees were piled at roadside landings for disposal by open burning.
In the ReShip plan, Aston University (UK) scientists are concerned as this plan would utilize low quality, Norwegian forest wood waste like: chippings and unmerchantable
wood left in forests after logging has occurred - to make biofuel.
In addition, the suit says, the pieces the store did give him were "unsafe, unmerchantable
and unfit for use.
All other art works such as we find in our museums are de facto or legally unmerchantable
The wood supply of hardwood and unmerchantable
conifer is coming from the Algoma, Big Pic, Black River, Magpie, Nagagami, Pic River Ojibwa and White River Forests.
Cf Peterson v Merck Sharpe & Dohme (Aust) Pty Ltd (2010) 184 FCR 1, 360 , where Jessup J considered that the fact that a product might be the subject of a hazard alert or product recall notice would not alone be sufficient to render it unmerchantable
In other words, are the cigarettes unmerchantable
because of the manner of manufacture?
Instead, crews on foot use chain saws, brush cutters and matches to cut small unmerchantable
trees and brush, stack them into piles, then burn them when conditions are right.
Inappropriate objects in food will render it unmerchantable