As an inspector I visit many construction sites. I see one alarming waste. No No not the home, but what sits in the dumpsters. Carboard can and should be recycled but its the wood that bothers me more. There is an amazing amount of wood being tossed out. Most of it clean wood. I often wondered if their was a way to recycle that wood. Maybe chewed up into chip board or manufactured lumber What about processing it into Pellets / bio combressed logs? Personally I would never throw out a good piece of lumber. I would use it the next job. Just wondering how to cut down the waste and turn it back to another productive use.. Part of the pellet higher price and shortages of supplies is competition for raw material.