India to remove ban on use of timber in building construction after 25 years

India to remove ban on use of timber in building construction after 25 years
After 25 years, India has removed the ban on use of timber in construction of buildings.    The decision of the Central Public Works Department in CPWD, the prime construction agency of the central government, comes after the Union Environment ministry asked the department to remove the ban, saying it will create demand for wood-based industries that would spur the local economy and create large scale employment.    The CPWD, which comes under the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, said the use of timber in the agency works had been banned in ...

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