Bois de cèdre rouge western, poussières de

 

Identification

Description


Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • Bois de cèdre rouge western, poussières de
  • Cèdre rouge de l'ouest
  • Cèdre rouge occidental
  • Poussières de bois de cèdre rouge de l'ouest
  • Poussières de bois de cèdre rouge occidental
  • Poussières de bois de cèdre rouge western
  • Poussières de cèdre rouge

Noms anglais :

  • Canadian red cedar dust
  • Western red cedar
  • Western red cedar wood dusts
  • Wood dust (western red cedar)
  • Wood dusts western red cedar
Utilisation et sources d'émission 1

Les poussières de bois résultent des activités de travail du bois (sciage, rabotage, sablage...). Autrefois incinérés, les déchets et les résidus issus de la filière bois comme les poussières sont maintenant davantage valorisés sous l'impulsion des évolutions technologiques et règlementaires (notamment les Règlements sur l'enfouissement et l'incinération de matières résiduelles et sur l'assainissement de l'atmosphère).
La valorisation des résidus issus de la filière bois se fait à travers différentes utilisations comme la valorisation énergétique, la valorisation dite matière (conditionnement et le nettoyage des sols, biocarburants...) ou la valorisation agricole.

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