International Research Group on Wood Protection (IRG)
Groupe international de recherche sur la protection du bois
1969-06-25 Cambridge UK
25 Jun 1969, Cambridge (UK), as International Research Group on Wood Preservation -- Groupe international de recherche sur la préservation du bois, after having taken over, 1 Jan 1969, the cooperative research programme of an OECD sponsored group, set up in 1965, and called 'Group of Experts on the Preservation of Wood'. Current Statutes effective 25 May 2007.
Promote research throughout the world on the subject of wood protection; act as a forum for other international bodies undertaking collaborative research; undertake the early notification and dissemination of research results.
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Executive Council (EC), comprising President, Vice-president, 5 members and 2 ex officio members. Finance Committee (FC); Membership Committee (MC); Ron Cockcroft Award Committee (RCAC); Nominations Sub-Committee (NSC); Scientific Programme Committee (SPC); IRG Travel Awards Committee (TA), Electronic Communications Sub-Committee, comprising Sections (5) with Working Parties. Secretariat.
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