Challenges to the Polish wood industry represented by Poland’s accession to the European Union

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Collective work
Poznań, Instytut Technologii Drewna, 2003
ISBN 83-915727-4-9

(Polish language version)

CONTENTS

Introduction 7
THE WOOD INDUSTRY IN POLAND AND IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 11
Miroslaw Lewinski:
The wood industry strategy by 2006
13
Ewa Ratajczak:
Polish wood industry before the accession to the EU – present condition, its strengths and weaknesses and its chances to compete on the EU market
27
Wladyslaw Strykowski:
Wood product development forecast according to the European Study on Forest Sector Prospects (EPSOS)
37
EUROPEAN UNION REGULATIONS ON PRODUCT SAFETY 53
Andrzej Rostkowski:
Standardization and certification in the wood industry
55
Mieczyslaw Silny:
Changes resulting from the European Union regulations on furniture safety and exploitation requirements
65
Aleksandra Pudliszak, Przemyslaw Gaca:
Furniture hygienicity and the European Union requirements
71
Hanna Wroblewska, Anna Tymek:
Changes resulting from the European Union regulations on upholstered furniture flammability
79
WOOD PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN REGARDS TO NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN UNION REGULATIONS 93
Malgorzata Typko:
Integrated permits – integrated permit application range in the Polish wood industry
95
Andrzej Noskowiak:
Wood products manufacturing in respect to phytosanitary requirements of the European Union
109
Maria Antoni Hikiert:
Adjustment of national regulations on environmental protection in the wood-based panels industry to the European Union regulations
123
Wojciech Cichy:
European Union regulation with reference to wood combustion and pollution emission
137