baleboard
 n.— «A New Hamburg company, Think Plastics, is leading the way in turning used bale wrap and other plastics such as greenhouse covering into high-quality, durable lumber that can be used for such things as fencing, decks and landscaping. Baleboard, as it’s called, cleans easily, won’t rot, splinter or crack and can be nailed, screwed and painted like wood. It’s also resistant to ultraviolet rays.» —“Farmers lead green charge” by Brent Davis in Woolwich Township The Record (Kitchener, Ontario) Apr. 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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