Without compromising quality or beauty, we collect, salvage and repurpose plastic, wood scrap and sawdust to create low-maintenance outdoor living products that stand the test of time.
Winchester, VA (PRWEB) April 22, 2011
In celebration of Earth Day 2011, Trex, the world’s largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking and railing products, has created this video message to showcase its commitment to creating a cleaner environment and a healthier future for its consumers and communities.
On Earth Day – and every day – Trex sets the standard for “green” outdoor living. As one of the largest film and plastic bag recyclers in the U.S., every year Trex turns more than 1.5 billion recycled bags into beautiful and durable decking and railing.
Starting in 1992, long before the term “green” was even on the scene, Trex composite technology was used to recycle the plastic waste from Mobil Corporation. Today, the Trex brand has expanded to include a variety of eco-friendly outdoor living products – from decking and railing to deck lighting and outdoor furniture. Trex outdoor living products offer significant design flexibility with fewer ongoing maintenance requirements than wood, as well as a truly environmentally responsible choice.
Green by the Numbers
- Zero – Trees cut down to make Trex products
- 98 – Percentage of recycled and reclaimed materials in each Trex composite product
- 600 million – Pounds of plastic and wood scrap kept out of landfills each year
- 1.5 billion – Recycled grocery bags used to manufacture Trex products each year
To learn how you can go green with Trex products – or start your own local recycling program - visit http://www.trex.com, or follow Trex Company on Facebook or Twitter.
About Trex Company
Trex Company is the world’s largest manufacturer of high performance wood-alternative decking and railing, with more than 20 years of product experience. Stocked in more than 5,500 retail locations worldwide, Trex outdoor living products offer a wide range of style options with fewer ongoing maintenance requirements than wood, as well as a truly environmentally responsible choice. For more information, visit trex.com. You also can follow Trex on Twitter (@Trex_Company), “like” Trex on Facebook, or view product and demonstration videos on the brand’s YouTube channel (TheTrexCo.).