Redwood Plastics Aids in LEED® Certification for Elite Property in Vancouver, BC


Redco(TM) Greenplus (FibreForce®) supplied to Opulent "Green" Residence.

Vancouver, BC, February 12, 2010 -Redwood Plastics Corporation, a member of Prisma Plastics International recently supplied recycled plastic lumber (Redco(TM) Greenplus or FiberForce®) to what will be Vancouver's most expensive home. The total value of the home when completed is estimated to be 31.5 million, but this property will not only be amongst the most desired addresses in B.C., it will also be the greenest.

The buyer of the property is making every effort to conform to the LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards for building "green", including solar panels and the use of recycled materials in the construction process - such as Redco(TM) Greenplus (FiberForce ®). LEED Canada certifies construction according to the buildings site development, water and energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

Redwood Plastics is a distributor of FiberForce ® which is made from a high quality recycled HDPE (primarily milk jugs). Roughly 307 milk jugs are diverted from landfills for each 2"x6"x12' board. The Redco(TM) Green product line includes a variety of recycled plastic products for construction, mechanical and industrial applications.

Redwood Plastics was founded in 1971 and specializes in industrial applications for the mining, marine, wastewater and forestry industries, they also have products available for medical, construction and transportation projects. More information on Redwood Plastics and Redco(TM) Greenplus can be found online at redwoodplastics.com/greenplus.

Contact:

Angela Rodenburgh

604 607 6015

arodenburgh@redwoodplastics.com

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