AWI e-briefs - 07/02/2009 (Plain Text Version)
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“Green” Certification – How “Green” Are You?
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Ace Styline Architectural Millwork has received its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody Certificate "making it one of the very few millwork companies in the nation to have both the FSC Chain of Custody Certificate and the Architectural Woodwork Institute’s (AWI) Quality Certification Program Certificate. Possession of the FSC Chain of Custody Certificate now allows Ace Styline to participate in LEED® projects of the highest level and assure its clients that the wood on the project is from responsibly managed sources," the company reported.
Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Ace Styline is a national provider of architectural millwork for the hospitality, retail, medical, fitness and spa industries. In 2007, Ace Styline was one of the first major millwork and cabinetry companies to embrace the total use of environmentally friendly items, whenever possible, in the manufacturing process.
To learn more about Ace Styline visit www.acestyline.com. The company has been an AWI Manufacturing Member since 2001.