Life Returns After a Forest Fire Forest floors after a fire are ripe with nutrients to support new life. A natural part of the forests’ life cycle, plants and animals have adapted to survive and thrive after such fires. Most animals flee from the initial scene of the fire but over tim
Fighting Forest Fires and Climate Change Fire is a natural event that provides the following benefits to land once it has burned: cleans the forest floor, increases available water supply to the habitat, kills diseases, and supports new plant life. However, in recent decades forest fi
Forest Fire Prevention: Facts, the Public Campaign and Best Practices The United States National Park Service estimates that in the United States, 90% of all forest fires are caused by humans and the remaining 10% are from natural causes. Humans can cause forest fires from campfires t
Wooden pallets can be recycled many times over. At some point though their cargo-carrying days are over. However, that is not the end of the line. It is actually the beginning of a new life cycle for a different product: hardwood mulch.
Wooden pallets are typically the vehicle transporting products globally or locally. They carry products large and small - automobiles, tractors, building materials, pharmaceuticals, iPads, Smart phones, produce and other consumer goods.