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A recent study by the U.S. Forest Service, State & Private Forestry (S&PF), demonstrated the potential of thin kerf sawing when used in combination with other lumberrecovery practices. Twenty red oak logs with lengths of 4 to 6 ft and diameters between 12 and 20 in were sawn with a saw kerf band saw (0.062 in saw kerf). Boards sawn were 1-in thick and ranged in lengths from 2 to 6 ft. Lumber recovery or conversion ef ciency for the 20-log sample averaged 82 percent, which is 30 percent greater than the typical circular sawmill. A similar study of small-diameter (4 8 in) red and white pine logs was conducted by S&PF. Using the same thin kerf band saw as noted above the lumber recovery for the 47-log sample was 67 percent. Sawdust averaged 12 percent for the study. A third study conducted at a Missouri pallet mill in 1993 produced results very similar to the pine study. The Missouri mill reduced short hardwood logs (length of 45 in) to 5/8-in-thick pallet parts. The band saws utilized in the pallet operation had saw kerfs of 0.050 in. The average conversion ef ciency at this mill was calculated at 69 percent which is remarkable considering 5/8-in-thick lumber, rather than 1-in lumber, was produced. Thin lumber such as 5/8 in means more cuts and, consequently, more kerf removed, resulting in reduced conversion ef ciency. However, 69 percent is still very impressive. As well as the obvious bene ts described above, on a more local level, thin kerf sawing will enable the use of lower quality and/or smaller diameter logs, which otherwise may have little or no economic value. Consequently forest management could be stimulated to improve and expand the resource base and lead to more successful rural development efforts in retaining, expanding, and attracting wood-using industries. In increasing lumber recovery and simultaneously reducing waste, thin kerf sawing has the added potential bene t of keeping some sawmills pro table and in-business. In effect, the adoption of thin kerf technologies can save jobs by enabling mills to continue to operate. Following is a list of diversion options for their wood waste in preferred order of implementation:
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In 2001, The University of Toledo waste minimization team conducted a solid waste audit for a manufacturer of ready-to-assemble furniture. The company employed 230 people and generated $49 million in annual sales. A review of waste records and an on-site audit indicated that the company generated 4000 tons of solid waste per year with an annual disposal cost of around $86,000. Figure 27.1 displays a portion of the workroom oor for this facility. Its key challenges were to reduce solid waste generation, increase material reuse, and increase recycling levels. The company set additional goals to increase visibility on execution processes, improve manufacturing ow and ef ciency by following a
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