Rotten and thrown out bolt timber and planks prepared for sale before (2006 2007)

Events, facts, documents and evidences: It was mentioned earlier that the sawn planks ready for sale, not only numerous stacks of logs, were laying and continued to rot open-air on the timber shop. They gradually turned black and lost their commodity quality.

On this page many photos are specially put to show scales and amount of planks and other bolt timber spoiled, rotten, moved to a fire-chamber and dumped down.

These pictures demonstrate the southern part of the timber shop in the summer of 2006 where planks were laying and rotten in the rain and snow.

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(Planks on the southern part of the timber shop, 5 May 2006)

These pictures show the south-east corner of the timber shop in the summer of 2006 where a big amount of planks also were laying and rotten in the rain and snow.

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(Planks in the south-east corner of the timber shop, 5 May 2006)

By this time the assorting and removal of rotten logs were already in progress on the timber shop. Planks were also under sorting. These pictures show the east part of the timber shop where works for wood selection were conducted.

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(Selected planks on the east part of the timber shop, 5 May 2006)

This is the situation in the northeast corner of the timber shop during the works for wood selection.

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(The assorting planks in the northern-east corner of the timber shop, 5 May 2006)

The work to sort planks were soon stopped. These pictures show the view of the southern part of the timber shop in late 2006.

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(Planks on the southern part of the timber shop, 3 December 2006)

This is the view of the north-east corner of the timber shop after planks were selected to a certain extent there.

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(Planks in the south-east corner of the timber shop, 3 December 2006)

This is the view of the north-east (farthest) corner of the timber shop where planks turned to the bad quality were dumped after the works for sorting to complete.

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(Planks in the north-east corner of the timber shop, 3 December 2006)

Packages of fresh-shown planks close to the sawmill building are here.

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(Fresh-shown planks, 5 May 2006)

Pay attention to the fact that numerous packages of planks which also have turned black and have lost the commodity quality are laying in this place open-air already for a long time.

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(Planks turned black, 3 December 2006)

This photo demonstrates fresh-sown slab and plank timber off-cuts.

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(slab and plank timber off-cuts,
5 May 2006)

These photos show huge warehouses with slab and plank timber off-cuts which were not sold. The wood is laying for a long time, turning black and losing its technical quality.

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(Slab turning black, 3 December 2006)
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(Slab turning black, 13 September 2007)

These photos demonstrate the best round wood which after processing turns into perfect plank timber, including the shown above which turned to be rotten. Pay attention to the fact that this wood is also laying for a long time, turning black and featuring the bad quality.

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(Perfect round wood turning black, 5 May 2006)

Thus, the numerous photos and facts testify about how the work on a large scale and scope was managed in the wood processing plant of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" to spoil the saw-timber produced for sale. This is the result of the long-term work made by the "assiduous" owner-visitant and this is the picture of that is hidden behind brave official reports and "cheap" facade.


Please, see more details and information about how plank timber was turned to the bad quality and about the problem concerning low effective wood processing in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" on the pervious pages:


Further: Rotten round wood of the best quality in the past to stoke fire-boxes of the local housing and communal services (2006 - 2008)