Birch trees are very resourceful as every part of the tree can be utilised. The twigs are used for brooms and sauna whisks, the solid timber is used for furniture and flooring, the bark can be used for roofing and canoes, and the sap for wine. The waste timber from birch is used for boiler fuel and helps create energy for small towns. Birch is fast growing and found in the forests of the northern hemisphere which spreads across Russia and most of Northern Europe.
The main use for Birch is for top-quality plywood, which is used for; furniture, construction, toys, vehicle building, packaging and high-tech wind turbine blades.