Polywood furniture came to be in the late 1980’s when government mandated recycling programs were in full swing. As the use of plastic in the U.S. grew, the need to transform the overabundance of recycled plastic into something new was greater than ever. High-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic, in particular, is extremely durable and weather resistant. Outdoor furniture was the perfect application. Today, POLYWOOD recycles an average of 400,000 milk jugs per day.
Truckloads of recycled milk jugs are transformed into genuine POLYWOOD lumber which is then used to construct the wide array of Adirondack chairs, rocking chairs, benches, gliders, deep seating, dining, and more! POLYWOOD furniture is built to withstand all four seasons and a range of climates including hot sun, snowy winters, salt spray, and heavy winds. Unlike traditional wood furniture, POLYWOOD furniture will never need to be sanded, painted or stained.
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