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BUYING ILLEGAL WOOD
IS NOT A PRODUCT CHOICE!

As Assistant U.S. Attorney Seth Wilkinson said in relation to a recent Lacey Act case, “The message is clear, you can’t turn a blind eye, you can’t buy products that you know are stolen, make a huge profit off it and then just say, ‘I didn’t know what I was doing'
— (1) Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) August 25, 2015

Not all companies are created equal.

Some do the right thing, others don’t.

Only WalkGreen™ exclusively imports and distributes 100% FSC® certified exotic hardwood's from South America. This means it is independently verified to be sustainably and legally harvested from South American forests. 100% FSC® is the world’s “Green Gold Standard” of independently verifiable certification systems. WalkGreen™ does not purchase or stock exotic hardwood of questionable or unknown origin. Period.

The others do.

Oh, they say they can get “green certified” products for you, but tell you not to bother, because it is expensive and hard to come by and not in stock in the U.S.

Not true!

Compare and see for yourself. Our WalkGreen™ Products are within pennies of our competitors’ prices who sell exotic hardwood of unknown or questionable origin.

Be Safe. Be Right.
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WalkGreen™ has over 500,000 lineal feet, nearly 100 miles! of FSC® certified decking and siding in stock in our warehouses in the USA right NOW! We can ship within 24 hours direct to your warehouse or job site.

Why purchase anything of questionable legality? Buy a product you can be proud of and is beautiful, durable and ecological. Break the status quo.

Buying Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC®) certified products is one of the best ways to ensure your wood comes from a legally and responsibly managed forest.

Visit the report links below to learn more about Lacey Act cases and to obtain a list of U.S. companies identified by Greenpeace as purchasing exotic hardwood of questionable or unknown origin(refer to pages 14 and 15 of the Greenpeace report for the list of companies).

List of sources and organizations:

(1) Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) August 25, 2015
“Lacy Act Protects in the U.S. and Worldwide- But Only if Fully enforced”
Web: http://eia-global.org

(2) FOREST CRIME FILE
Greenpeace Brazil, Rua Fradique Coutinho
352, Pinheiros, Sao Paulo, CEP 05416-000, Brazil
Web: www.greenpeace.org

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