Q How much of the POLYWOOD® plastic lumber is recycled?
A Most of their plastic lumber is made from post-consumer bottle waste, such as milk and detergent bottles or other HDPE post- industrial material.
POLYWOOD®'s products - built to last . . . made with recyclable materials . . . remade into something beautiful and useful once again.
Thermo plastics and aluminum . . . the most recyclable raw materials known and are the primary mediums of POLYWOOD®'s designs.
* Never needs to be disposed
of . . . materials can be recycled infinitely.
POLYWOOD®'s performance furnishings are built to last.
No maintenance and hassle-free.
And POLYWOOD® is green -- made from a high-percentage of post-consumer materials.
Poly-Wood, Inc. designs and manufactures timeless, classic, outdoor furniture.
Relax in durable and comfortable all-weather furniture -- whether it's rain, snow, salt water, sun or ice.
Q What does HDPE stand for?
HDPE stands for High-Density Polyethylene, which is an exceptionally durable plastic that has infinite recyclability.
Q What is the hardware made from?
A For optimal performance and longevity POLYWOOD® uses genuine stainless steel hardware.
POLYWOOD®'s story began in the late 1980's when the outcome of government recycling programs created steadily growing mountains of recycled plastics.