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First FSC-Certified Particleboard in North America

Collins Pine FreeForm® Particleboard was selected as one of the Top - 10 Green Building Products in 2007 by the editors of GreenSpec and Environmental Building News and received the 2009 Sequoia Award for innovation in Green Building Products.


No Added Formaldehyde

Collins Pine FreeForm Particleboard is CARB Exempt, NAF (no added formaldehyde), contains 100% post industrial recycled & recovered fibers, meets the ANSI MR-10 Moisture Resistance requirements, and is FSC-certified. In other words, everything you need in one product.

  • Collins Pine FreeForm now meets the moisture resistant specifications for ANSI MR-10 per the ASTM D 1037-06a for 24 hr. thickness swell.

Collins Pine Particleboard Specs

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Made in the U.S.A.

Collins Pine FreeForm is produced in Klamath Falls, Oregon.


LEED Summary

When researching and specifying products for use in a project striving to qualify for LEED certification, it is important to realize specific nuances. First, LEED does not “certify” any product other than the final building – there are no LEED certified products in the marketplace. Second, no specific product can automatically give your project LEED points.

On the positive side, however, when using FreeForm and working toward a LEED certified project: The use of FreeForm CAN CONTRIBUTE TOWARD or COMPLY WITH LEED credit requirements.

FreeForm can contribute or comply with multiple credits. These include:

  • Materials and Resources (MR) Credit 4: Recycled Content
  • Materials and Resources (MR) Credit 7: Certified Wood
  • Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Credit 4.4: Low Emitting Materials – Composite Wood
  • And depending on the project location, it MAY contribute to MR Credit 5: Regional materials



Credit Credit Type Definition Points Available
MR 4 Contribution Recycled Content. This credit is calculated by using the recycled content dollars as a percentage of materials cost. FreeForm contributes 50% of the product cost to this credit. 1-2 points
MR 4.1 Contribution Use 10% recycled content 1 point
MR 4.2 Contribution Use 20% recycled content 1 additional point
MR 4 Innovation Use over 30% recycled content 1 innovation point
MR 7 Contribution Certified wood. Use a minimum of 50% of wood-based materials and products, which are certified in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council’s principles and criteria. This credit is calculated by using the FSC certified material dollars as a percentage of materials cost. Furniture can contribute to this credit. FreeForm contributes 100% of the product cost to this credit. 1 point
MR 7 Innovation Use over 95% FSC Certified 1 innovation point
EQ 4.4 Compliance Ensure Composite wood and agrifiber products used on the interior of the building shall contain no added urea-formaldehyde resins. FreeForm complies with this credit. All products used must comply to earn this credit. 1 point
MR 5 Contribution All products/materials that are manufactured within 500 miles (as the crow flies) need to be evaluated. The materials must be extracted, processed and manufactured regionally. This credit is calculated using materials cost. 1-2 points
MR 5.1 Contribution Use 10% Regional materials 1 point
MR 5.2 Contribution Use 20% Regional materials 1 additional point
MR 5 Innovation Use over 30% Regional materials 1 innovation point
MR 5   FreeForm can contribute to this credit in these areas. The website www.symsys.com provides a “as the crow flies” mileage calculator that will allow you to determine other locations that are within 500 miles of Klamath Falls, OR. Boise, ID
Coeur d’Alene, ID
Corvallis, OR
Eugene, OR
Fresno, CA
Medford, OR
Portland, OR
Sacramento, CA
Salem, OR
San Francisco, CA
San Luis Obispo, CA
Seattle, WA
Spokane, WA
Tacoma, WA
Vancouver, BC
Vancouver, WA
Victoria, BC