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Millwood Celebrates 150th Anniversary of Arbor Day by Gifting 150 Trees

Trees are at the heart of Millwood’s business. A fter all, p allets start their life as trees. 
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What is an MS4?

This article is guest authored by Jason Dorney, regional sales director for Millwood’s CORE division , which specializes in sediment and erosion control products and services.
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Simpsonville Team Member Celebrates Sobriety

Note: Shortly before the publishing of this post, Brian Veerasammy left Millwood for a new employment opportunity. Millwood is proud to have been a part of his journey and we wish him the best on his new path .
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The Roller Coaster Lumber Market in 2022

The past two years have been a wild ride for the global economy. Prices for many products and commodities have been fluctuating greatly since the onset of the pandemic, and lumber has been one of the starkest examples. 
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What is a CSO?

This article is guest authored by Jason Dorney, regional sales director for Millwood’s CORE division , which specializes in sediment and erosion control products and services.
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Trade Show Tuesday: Meet the Team!

Modex 2022 is around the corner, and the Millwood team couldn’t be more excited. After a two-year hiatus from in-person trade shows, we are ready to head to Modex 2022 to reconnect with customers and friends in the industry. 
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Millwood Team Members Attend Rescue Mission Benefit Dinner

On February 18, the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley held its annual benefit dinner . In keeping with tradition, several Millwood team members from our corporate office and Vienna, OH facility attended.
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Sustainability Drives the Future of Supply Chains

The best time for companies across the globe to focus on environmental sustainability was about 20 years ago, but the second best time is now. For the past decade or so, many companies’ sustainability efforts have gone from being an afterthought to a priority. “Going green” is no longer a bonus for business es but an expectation.
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Tips to Prepare Your Construction Site for Spring

Each change of season presents its own set of challenges on construction sites. As the weather begins to get warmer in late winter and early spring, melting snow runoff can lead to issues on your site and must be addressed. 
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