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Committed to Local Recycled Plastic

Resco Plastics is committed to using recycled plastic in our products. We believe that it is important to protect the environment not only for ourselves but future generations aswell. We source our recycled plastic from Oregon recyclers. We believe that it is important to support local businesses and to help to reduce the environmental impact of shipping recycled plastic plastics from other parts of the…

Resco’s Plastic Lumber: A Sustainable Solution Made with Recycled Post-Consumer HDPE

Resco Plastics is proud to announce that our plastic lumber products are made with 95% or more recycled post-consumer HDPE. We are committed to sustainability and responsible manufacturing practices, and using recycled materials is just one way we strive to reduce waste and promote a cleaner environment. What is Post-Consumer HDPE? HDPE, or High-Density Polyethylene, is a commonly used plastic material in a wide range…

Plastic Lumber is being recognized as a sustainable building material

Plastic lumber is being recognized as a sustainable building material that fulfills LEED v4 credits. By using this material, builders can help reduce the environmental impact of their projects and earn credits in the Building Design and Construction category of the rating system. Plastic lumber’s long lifespan and recyclability make it a great choice for fulfilling the Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction credits. By choosing this…

Shipping MAXiTUF Plastic Lumber

We ship all of our products factory direct out of Coos Bay, Oregon. As a courtesy we will arrange shipping for your order and provide you with necessary tracking information so you can keep an eye on your shipment. You are, however, welcome to arrange your own trucking should you have your own truck or feel you can get a better rate. Freight costs vary…

Plastic Lumber Installation Considerations

Expansion and Contraction A little innovation and creativity in engineering lets you apply recycled plastic lumber to the areas of your business or industry that require a product with increased durability and strength. Following are a few tips to help control and decrease the effects of expansion and contraction. Plastic lumber must be gapped end-to-end, based on the length of the boardand temperature at installation….