Updated site showcasing new composite panel product technology
02/08/2011 – ELMA, Wash. – NewWood Manufacturing, Inc. (NewWood), a manufacturer of sustainable wood-plastic composite building material, today announced the official launch of its new Web site, www.newwood.com.
The new Web site is intended to help potential customers better understand the benefits of NewWood’s wood-plastic composite product and its many applications. The site also provides information about the company’s environmental stewardship, employment opportunities, management team, and corporate history. Site visitors wishing to follow the company’s growth and learn more about the company’s culture will be able to read a regularly updated blog, link to the company’s Facebook page or follow NewWood on Twitter.
NewWood is currently in the process of employing individuals to re-commission the Elma plant. Once the plant is operating at full capacity, the company will employ upwards of 150 individuals from a region facing an unemployment rate of 12%. In November, NewWood hosted a successful open house to introduce the company to prospective employees, government officials and the public.
NewWood Manufacturing Inc. (NewWood), owned by NewWood Corporation, is a sustainable wood-plastic composite building material manufacturer that owns and operates a 275,000square foot facility in Elma, WA. The company recycles local urban wood and plastic waste and transforms it into the only superior quality construction material made of 99.9% recycled content that provides long-term sustainability. This material can then be recycled again, giving it an endless green lifecycle. This product can be fabricated for many different applications such as underlayment board, fencing, exterior siding, fruit bins, pallets, crates, and other potential products in the future. For additional information about NewWood please visit www.newwood.com, or follow the company on Facebook or Twitter.
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- WSU Expertise Helps Green Building Factory Open; Up to 150 Jobs Created (wsunews.wsu.edu)
- Elma plant turns old wood, plastic into new boards (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
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