Yearly Archives : 2013

  • Case Study: Wilsonart Earns FSC Certification for Laminates

    Aug 27 2013

    Wilsonart is a leading manufacturer of High Pressure Decorative Laminate (HPDL), which is used as a decorative surface for countertops, cabinets, furniture, walls and doors.

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  • Wilsonart’s Fletcher Distribution Center Moves Closer Toward Zero Waste to Landfill Goal

    Jul 30 2013

    TEMPLE, TX (July 30, 2013) – Zero landfill contribution is a daunting sustainability goal, but with its Fletcher Distribution Center also leading the way, Wilsonart is making strides in its waste reduction movement. In just three months, the distribution center went from producing 2,000 pounds of landfill waste per week to less than 150 pounds through greater efforts to recycle, compost and repurpose materials. Wilsonart’s Fletcher Distribution Center is on track to produce less than 500 pounds of landfill waste per month, a reduction of more than 90 percent.

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  • Wilsonart Receives ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Certification

    May 29 2013

    TEMPLE, Texas (May 29, 2013) – The United States manufacturing plants of Texas-based Wilsonart, an innovator in designing beautiful, hard-working surfaces, have been certified to ISO 14001 and to OHSAS 18001 in recognition of exceptional focus on environmental and health and safety management systems.

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  • “6 SHADES OF GREY” WINS WILSONART CHAIR DESIGN COMPETITION

    May 08 2013

    New York, N.Y. (May 8, 2013) - Wilsonart (www.Wilsonart.com), a leading manufacturer of decorative surfaces for more than 50 years, named Katie Lee from the University ofAnchor Oregon as the winner of its 2013 “Wilsonart Challenges...” student chair design competition at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).

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  • Wilsonart Partners with TXU Energy for Cleaner Air for Texans

    Mar 12 2013

    TEMPLE, Texas (March 12, 2013) – Texas-based Wilsonart, an innovator in designing beautiful, hard-working surfaces for interiors over more than 50 years, has taken additional steps to improve its energy efficiency and reduce its carbon footprint. The company recently purchased 35 percent Renewable Energy Credits backed by 100 percent Texas wind-fueled electricity. Based on the company’s historic energy consumption, Wilsonart will cut more than 22 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions each year with this commitment.

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