Central Point of Expertise for Timber Procurement

The Central Point of Expertise on Timber (CPET) is a service of the UK Government. CPET has been set up by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), and is operated by LTS and Efeca. CPET provides advice, support and communication on the Government's timber procurement policy, EU timber and FLEGT regulations.

c/o Efeca-LTS
UK
Website: www.cpet.org.uk/
Email: cpet@efeca.org.uk
Tel: 01305 236 100

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Executive summary of UK Government Timber procurement advice note April 2010 2010 Red
UK Government timber procurement policy - definition of legal and sustainable for timber procurement. 5th edition. June 2013 2013 Green
UK Government timber procurement policy - timber procurement advice note. 5th edition. June 2013 2013 Amber
UK Government timber procurement policy - timber procurement advice note. 6th edition. March 2016 2016 Green

 

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