Green Manufacturing

Sustainable Hardwood
Shenandoah works with all of our suppliers to encourage sustainable forestry practices.

Local Service
The majority of the U.S. population lives within 500 miles of a Shenandoah assembly plant. This proximity requires less transportation fuel, resulting in lower concentrations of emission in the distribution cycle.

Supply Chain Efficiency
Shenandoah uses regional vendors, enabling us to consolidate shipping logistics and schedule minimal trips for installations.

Shenandoah is committed to improving the quality of life on a local level by participating in community projects and partnering with various charitable organizations through the Shenandoah Foundation.

Shenandoah is dedicated to doing our part in the preservation and sustainability of the environment.

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Environmentally Responsible Stewardship

As a leading U.S. manufacturer of fine cabinetry, Shenandoah Cabinetry, a division of American Woodmark Corporation, is committed to conducting business in a manner that both protects the environment and safeguards public health and safety. To achieve this end, the Company has implemented a Corporate Environmentally Responsible Stewardship Program that proactively identifies potential environmental risks and monitors compliance with appropriate federal, state, local and internal standards.

Shenandoah has received certification by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) Environmental Stewardship Program on all products. The certification was awarded based on compliance across a broad range of activity including air quality, product resource management, process resource management, environmental stewardship and community relations.

Shenandoah works with all suppliers to encourage sustainable forestry practices. Wood doors, drawer fronts, and cabinet front frames are made from 100% hardwoods. Particle board and plywood are purchased from suppliers that meet either the Composite Panel Association requirements for Environmentally Preferred Products or the Composite Panel Associations Eco-Certified Composite Standards.

Shenandoah uses leading edge technologies to limit both hazardous and non-hazardous emissions, byproducts and waste. On-going, formal programs identify opportunities for recycling and reusing materials. When waste ultimately requires disposal, steps are taken to minimize the environmental impact.