Oregon-based Viridian Wood Products, maker of shipping pallet flooring, recently introduced a line of new architectural-grade veneer panels made with reclaimed North American wood. The 4′x8′ panels include old-growth redwood previously used in wine tanks, Oregon black walnut reclaimed from urban salvage, and old-growth Douglas fir from warehouse deconstruction.
Viridian produces the panels in Portland with urea formaldehyde-free, FSC-certified MDF in a variety of thicknesses.
The new veneer panels can be used for casework, cabinetry, wall panels, and the like and may contribute toward LEED credits for materials reuse, recycled content, regional materials, and certified wood. Viridian can provide a price quote.
Credits: Viridian Wood Products.
Article tags: FSC, reclaimed, Viridian Wood, wood