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5.1 National land Use

5.2 Public Awareness and People's Participation

5.3 Harvesting Efficiency

The road standards vary according to the quantity of timber to be transported from the dumping station and feeder roads are constructed to last for 3 years or more depending on the duration of the plan of extraction. There is much room for improvement in logging and road specifications. The existing forest roads being temporary in nature are built, washed out, relocated and re-built annually at cost which could be avoided and destruction to soil and terrain controlled. Logging equipment are not in good repair and are over utilized beyond their prescribed economic life as there is a foreign exchange/spare parts/ replacement equipment problem, confronting the logging industry.

5.4 Privatization

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