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Centennial Woods Awarded Exclusive Three-Year Contract With WYDOT

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LARAMIE, Wyo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

Centennial Woods announced today that it was awarded a three-year Snowfence maintenance contract by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. This is the lengthiest and largest contract WYDOT has ever awarded for Snowfence maintenance and wood reclamation.

“This contract secures our ability to consistently provide our customers with reclaimed Wyoming Snowfence wood. We are also very excited to continue helping the state of Wyoming to maintain the Snowfences for the safety of the highways, all the while contributing positively to the environment by repurposing Snowfence wood, rather than seeing it go to the landfill,” stated Ed Spal, Centennial Woods' CEO.

About Centennial Woods

Centennial Woods was founded in 1999 to reclaim rustic lumber from Wyoming Snowfences and repurpose it for a second life. Before Centennial Woods began harvesting Wyoming Snowfence, older boards were often left on the frame until they failed and then burned or thrown into a landfill. Centennial Woods discovered the wood's strength and beauty and vowed to rescue and reuse it.

Centennial Woods Snowfence maintenance and reclamation process has saved miles of beautiful wood from the landfill. To date, Centennial Woods has reclaimed 8 million linear feet of Wyoming Snowfence, the equivalent of about 150 miles, keeping more than 12,000 tons of CO2 from being emitted into the atmosphere and saving the state of Wyoming and other entities more than $14 million.

Centennial Woods' Reclaimed Wyoming Snowfence is chemical free and naturally weathered for decades in Wyoming's arid wind. Snowfence wood is utilized for a wide array of applications including siding, paneling, flooring, ceilings, wainscoting, millwork, trim, furniture, and signs.

Learn more on the web at www.centennialwoods.com.

Centennial Woods
Scott Patten, 307-742-3672

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