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                      We create useful products made from trees, one of nature's most remarkable and renewable resources. In turn, it's our responsibility to ensure our products are safe and healthy for the people who make and use them as well as for the environment. 

                      Our comprehensive Product Stewardship Policy states our commitment to considering environmental, health and safety implications for our products, from product design to end of life. Implementation of this policy reduces risk and liability, promotes compliance with applicable regulations, and helps deliver sustainable products to the marketplace. 


                      Choosing to buy a wood product should be an easy decision. Well-managed, sustainable forests create renewable products that people need. Still, we recognize our customers and consumers want to know these products are made as sustainably and as efficiently as possible. To meet this need, we have been creating, developing and publishing our own Product Environmental Profiles for more than a decade. Last year, we reviewed our methodology and process and will be publishing in a new format next year. 

                      In the meantime, we continue to partner with our forest sector peers in the United States and Canada to create industry-wide environmental product declarations for six wood products we manufacture: softwood lumber, softwood plywood, oriented strand board, glue laminated timbers, laminated strand lumber, and medium density fiberboard. 

                      These EPDs are third-party verified by UL Environment (ULE), a business unit of Underwriters Laboratories, and are based on life-cycle assessment results from data gathered from our sector partners, beginning at the raw material extraction all the way through the manufacturing process. ULE verifies the EPDs conform to the requirements of ISO 14025, the global standard governing EPDs. 

                      Sustainable forest management certification can complement the information in these EPDs by addressing parameters not covered in a life-cycle assessment, such as biodiversity conservation, protection of wildlife habitat and soil and water quality.

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