§ 75. Colonel Crosthwaite-Eyre
asked the President of the Board of Trade what facilities exist in this country for the manufacture of wood-flour.
Mr. H. Wilson
Wood-flour is made from the waste (sawdust and chippings) arising from saw milling activities. There230W are some 10 producers in this country whose mills, with the requisite grinding plant, are able to deal with the full amount of wood waste available for the purpose in this country.