To be utilitarian in your productive processes can only mean one thing. You are quite resourceful with the materials and tools at your disposal. And who would have thought that after all these years, make that centuries, wood would remain one of those resourceful materials that a whole host of industries across the board continue to rely on. Not only that, wood has been prepared in numerous ways in order to be viable to the industry being served.
And in so doing, treated wood poles continue to do its productive rounds in numerous beneficial ways. It has remained ideal for all sorts of industries as a utilitarian resource. Today, it is offering industries even more in the sense that awareness amongst stakeholders has been created on just how helpful it has become as a renewal (and yet, natural) material. As a prepared resource, treated wood remains resistant to all forms of oxidation, corrosion and spalling. Apart from having little effect on electrical conductivity, it remains a welcome barrier against more natural forms of destruction, with the termite being a popular example.
But commercially, treated wood does have one negative against it in the sense that it biodegradable. But (again) that should be regarded as a moot point in comparison to what it is already doing positively. One natural source from which a large volume of treated wood derives in North America is that of the Southern yellow pine. From an economic standpoint, this pine wood has its benefits for industries in the sense that it is a fast growing wood, meaning that demands never need to outstrip supply if you will.
Now, it is over to you on just how you can take advantage of this sustainable material, no matter what your industrious purpose.