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A regional trade show and educational conference in which Landscape Architects and Designers can be educated, explore new products, technologies and establish business relationships.

FEBRUARY 13 & 14, 2014, Long Beach
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PlastiFormTM Concrete Forming Systems was the first all-plastic flatwork forming system on the market.
PlastiFormTM was invented and introduced to the marketplace in 1986 by Green Plastics (our original company) who pioneered the plastic concrete flatwork construction products in 1984.

PlastiFormTM is manufactured with 100% white virgin High Density Polyethylene HDPE resins. Our premium board line and accessories are exclusively manufactured in the USA. We assure our customers a consistent high-quality product with a 10-year guarantee.

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PlastiFormTM Applications & Advantages

PlastiFormTM is used to easily form sidewalks, walkways, slabs, pool decks, stair steps, golf cart paths, curb and gutter, foundations, footings, handicapped ramps, storm drains and manholes.

Contractors can set up, pour, finish, and strip easily in one day with our cement forms rather than the normal three to four-day process required when wood or metal forms are used.

Though PlastiFormTM may cost a little more than lumber, it is reusable up to 1,000 times and pays for itself in five uses or less. While maintaining this durability, PLASTIFORM is also flexible and can be used for straight or curved applications. It can make a radius as small as three feet. While most lumber warps, polyethylene’s memory forces it to return to its original extruded straight shape after being used to create tight curves.

Even though PlastiFormTM is guaranteed for 10 years, contractors quickly become aware of its dramatic labor saving advantages almost immediately. As a result, most contractors are no longer reluctant to cut an occasional board into a variety of shorter reusable pieces which can be plugged together to fill in at the end of a run. They realize that having a set of shorter pieces available to finish a run is a very small price to pay for the overwhelming savings in labor.