Brownfield manufacturing sites at the Flathead Post & Pole sawmill in Montana and an LP Crescent Mills sawmill in Plumas County, California - received EPA clean-up studies.
Louisiana Pacific hired NASA to test wood siding, and found it is better than cement board siding on homes - at least when it comes to firing a baseball, golf ball, rocks and marbles at speeds up to 102 miles per hour.
Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (NYSE: LPX) will produce FlameBlock Fire-Rated OSB Sheathing at its Clarke County facility in Thomasville, Alabama. LP FlameBlock is aa sheathing product that combines oriented strand board with a non-combustible, fiberglass-reinforced Pyrotite layer.
Louisiana-Pacific plans major investment to convert a Swan Valley, Manitoba mill and expand two existing sites, to produce treated engineered wood siding products - LP SmartSide - which it says is popular among builders and remodelers.
LP Building Products is planning to expand manufacturing capacity of LP® SmartSide treated engineered wood siding products to meet increased demand from builders, remodelers, shed fabricators and DIYers.
E-Pellets LLC announced plans to convert a formerly shuttered Louisiana-Pacific composite panel mill in Georgia to produce wood pellets for export to Europe.
E-Pellets has acquired the formerly shuttered Louisiana Pacific OSB mill in Athens, GA. The company plans to convert the mill into a wood pellet production facility, producing approximately 450,000 metric tons annually.
Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (LP) (NYSE: LPX) reported today that it has adjusted its 2011 results to reflect a non-cash impairment charge related to its investment in its U.S. Greenfiber joint venture due to information received after the release of earnings.