Saving tropical timber for future generations
Ashwells Reclaimed Timber is the UK’s leading tropical timber reclamation specialist. From our timber yard and mill in Essex, we reclaim tropical hardwoods such as Greenheart, Jarrah, and Keruing; repurposing the timber for future use in an FSC® certified process that prevents further deforestation, saves energy and mineral resources, and protects architectural history.
“The rainforest is disappearing, fast. That’s why we’re collaborating with civil engineering contractors and landscape architects, saving tropical timber, and enabling a more sustainable built environment.”
Janine Davies-Tutt, MD
How can we help?
Landscape Architects, Designers & Specifiers
Eco-requirements in project briefs continue to rise, thankfully we make it easy to meet your sustainability goals. Source FSC Certified reclaimed timber products, all designed and engineered following our rigorous quality management system.
Civil & Marine Engineers
It’s a crime to throw away, burn, compost or recycle reusable timber (EU Waste Framework Directive 2008, UK Waste Regulations 2011) for which there is a market. We can reclaim your unwanted timber, or re-purpose so you can use again.
Behind The Scenes
Reclaimed timber is not ready for reuse straight away. Depending on the state of the timber, our expert craftsmen will reskim, de-metal or resaw before the FSC certified sections are ready for reuse.
Ashwells Reclaimed Timber: RHS 2023 Show Gardens
Ashwells Reclaimed timber has a long and fruitful relationship with Royal Horticultural Society show-stopping event gardens and this year is no exception.
Ashwells Greenheart Skimmings Spring Promotion
Ashwells Reclaimed Timber is pleased to kick off it’s Spring Promotion and make sustainable, FSC certified Greenheart Skimmings an even more economical choice for commercial and residential customers across the UK.
Ashwells Collaboration on Inland Waterway Projects
Ashwells Managing Director Janine Davies-Tutt and Operations & Marketing Director Deb Davies-Tutt share their insight into over 30 years of working on the restoration and care of the UK’s piers, jetties and coastline structures.