An element of the Orr Cottage at Warren Wilson College is the use of wheat board for the desks and cabinets. People often ask us for additional information about this item. We encourage you to search the Internet for additional information. However, here is one link to information about this item. WWC in no way recommends the companies mentioned in this or any other material.
The availability of wheatboard in North America has increased lately, and is used more and more in the display and design industry. The board is made of recycled wheat chaff, with an alternative isocyanate (MDI) binder that uses no formaldehyde, creating an EFB (emission-free board) soaring above industry standards for the highest grade of particle board.
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