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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

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Timber Products Company added its new GreenT line of hardwood plywood to its array of environmentally sustainable wood-based panels. Timber Products, one of the largest suppliers to the U.S. kitchen cabinet industry, focuses on products that promote healthy indoor air quality and use recycled materials. The GreenT line contains no added urea formaldehyde, eliminating formaldehyde emissions in homes, and is available in three options that are produced with recycled wood fibers.

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