Boise Cascade

Certification & Audits

Boise Cascade holds certification under these credible third-party standards, and we undergo annual audits to assure our systems are in compliance: 


Building Materials Distribution Certification

These building materials distribution facilities hold Forest Stewardship Council (FSC™) chain of custody certificate SCS-COC-002928, license code FSC-C041295 (listed alphabetically by state):

Phoenix AZ Auburn GA Billings MT Salt Lake City UT
Lathrop CA Boise ID Greenland NH Spokane WA
Riverside CA Idaho Falls ID Delanco NJ Vancouver WA
Denver CO Rochelle IL Albuquerque NM Woodinville WA
Grand Junction CO Baltimore MD Greensboro NC Yakima WA
Milton FL Westfield MA Marion OH  
Orlando FL Wayne MI Memphis TN  
Pompano FL Lakeville MN Dallas TX  


Biddeford ME facility holds Forest Stewardship Council (FSC™) chain of custody certificate 
SCS-COC-003337 under Boise Structural Solutions.  

Wood Products Certification

Click on the blue dot to view the certificate.

Location FSC™ Chain of Custody FSC™ Controlled Wood PEFC™ Chain of Custody SFI® Chain of Custody PEFC™ Fiber Procure-
SFI® Fiber Procure-

NGBS Green

Alexandria EWP (Lena)      

 BCI Joists


Chester SC           
Elgin OR Plywood  
Elgin OR Stud Mill   
Homedale ID    
Florien LA Plywood      
Kettle Falls WA Plywood  
Kettle Falls WA Sawmill  
Kinzua Sawmill (Pilot Rock OR)  
La Grande OR (Island City) Particleboard          
Medford OR Plywood  
Moncure NC Plywood  
Mt Emily OR Lumber   
Oakdale LA Plywood      
Pilot Rock OR Sawmill (Kinzua)  
Rogue Valley OR Plywood          
White City OR EWP BCI Joists

White City OR Veneer  
Willamina OR Veneer  
St Jacques NB CANADA EWP (ALLJoist)      ALLJoist 
Alexandria, Louisiana does not have FSC™ Chain of Custody or FSC™ Controlled Wood Certfication as of March 31, 2013 

In North America, three standards have attained PEFC endorsement — the American Tree Farm System (ATFS), Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Sustainable Forest Management standard (User Group), and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®).

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Boise Cascade undergoes independent third-party audits to assure our procurement and chain-of-custody systems comply with the certification standards we participate in. We also audit our own facilities every three to five years to assure they are complying with governmental and our own environmental regulations.
All of these audits are described below.

Procurement Audits

To assess our sustainable environmental performance, an independent third party audits our wood fiber procurement practices against Sustainable Forestry Initiative® standards and our internal standards. The SFI program is a comprehensive system of principles, objectives, performance measures and indicators that reflect a commitment to the social responsibility of sustainably managing forests.

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP audited our wood procurement system and found our procurement practices to be in full compliance with SFI standards. Audits are performed on an ongoing basis to ensure that we are meeting SFI standards as well as our own, and that we are continuing to improve our environmental management practices.

Chain-of-Custody Audits

To add transparency and enhanced credibility for our customers, we have completed Chain-of-Custody certification at selected facilities. We undergo independent third-party audits against the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® Program Annex 2 Chain-of-Custody Standard and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes™ Annex 4; Chain-of-Custody of Forest Based Products Requirements Standard; the Forest Stewardship Council™ Standard for Chain-of-Custody, FSC-STD-40-004 and the FSC Controlled Wood Standard, FSC-STD-40-005 (Version 2-1) EN.

Manufacturing Audits

To assess our sustainable manufacturing performance, our environmental experts audit each of our manufacturing facilities every three to five years. In addition, an independent company periodically evaluates our audit program to ensure its conformance to recognized environmental auditing practices.

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