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Bedford Technology is the leading manufacturer of premium, structural and reinforced recycled plastic lumber and HDPE lumber for commercial markets, including marine, agriculture, industrial, and other outdoor markets. Our structural lumber and HDPE lumber are a durable and environmentally friendly solution for even your toughest projects. We have years of trusted experience as a plastic lumber manufacturer, and our products have been used across a variety of industries that require low-maintenance and structural building materials that can stand up to even the harshest conditions. Click here for a quote—we can’t wait to help you create your next amazing project. Contact us today to learn about our composite lumber 4x4s, boards, planks, and more. Let us show you what sets us apart from other plastic lumber manufacturers.


Recycled plastic lumber: strong, durable, and low maintenance like you've never experienced.

Standard HDPE Lumber


Reinforced with fiberglass strand or rebar to take on even your toughest project's challenges.

Reinforced HDPE Solutions

Furniture Grade

Eco-friendly and low-maintenance, our lumber is just what you've been looking for.

Furniture Grade Plastic Lumber

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10 Innovative Companies that Reuse Plastic

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Over 8 million tons of plastic is thrown into the ocean each year. Check out 10 innovative companies that promote recycling and help reduce plastic build-up by creating usable products.
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SMARTER Principles by Bedford Technology

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Customer needs and innovation drive Bedford Technology forward. Learn about the SMARTER Principles that guide our company and encourage success.
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How Recycled Plastic Wood Can Be Used

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Plastic alternatives have been around for a variety of materials for years. Fiberglass was first introduced in 1995 by Owens Corning, but other plastics have been around since the early 20th century. Recycled plastic alternatives to other building materials have helped cut down on resource consumption and helped many projects…