This joint NEPCon and Timber Trade Federation (TTF) survey aims to assess the current level of business awareness of the new EU Timber Regulation and the perceived impact it will have on businesses in the UK and Ireland. This survey is aimed at first placers of timber and paper products on the EU market. If you only purchase timber or paper products from within Europe then you are requested not to participate. If you are unsure, please contact Ann Weddle at NEPCon UK.

Your participation is extremely valuable and will enable us to focus our efforts on helping the industry prepare for the fast-approaching regulation. Your responses will be kept anonymous and reported as an aggregate. The survey should take no longer than ten minutes to complete. By participating in this survey, you are able to enter a prize draw for a chance to win a bag of Rainforest Alliance goodies! This will not affect the anonymity of your survey responses.

You can move back and forth between the survey pages using the buttons 'Next' and 'Prev' at the bottom of the pages. Your responses will only be recorded when 'Done' is clicked on the last page. To proceed with the survey please click on the 'Next' button below.

NEPCon is a non-profit, international organisation focused on the sustainable use of natural resources. WorkingWe do this primarily through independent verification services and innovative projects, we help business enterprisesengaging with industry, civil society and other organisations be part of the solution to major global challenges, such as deforestation and climate changegovernment. Our FSC®, SmartLogging, forest carbon and timber product legality verification services are provided in collaboration with the Rainforest Alliance. We offer tools and services designed to meet the needs of all operators who need to comply with the EU Timber Regulation. FSC-SECR-0047. Learn more at

The Timber Trade Federation represents the interests of timber businesses in the UK by working in innovative ways to grow the use of wood. The TTF is regularly consulted by Government, NGOs and sister organisations on issues affecting the timber industry and helps to shape a UK business environment for timber businesses to thrive. TTF members account for about 70% of the timber traded in the UK. The TTF Code of Conduct includes a mandatory requirement for members to implement and report on environmental due diligence of all products and supports members through our proprietary Responsible Purchasing Policy. For more information visit