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Happy New Year, All! I’m going to have to start the year with a small “nag,” reminding everyone that you have only five days to provide feedback on the draft to control formaldehyde emissions...
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Can you believe another year’s gone by? Seems impossible, but here we are. People are looking ahead, thinking that things should be better in the New Year. They’re optimistic and positive,
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It's a holiday week, and no one wants to read about anything green beyond—maybe—a Christmas tree. So, happy holidays, all!
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I’ve blogged a lot about IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) (see my IAQ blog post), but taking that a step further, we should be looking at the entire IEQ: The Indoor Environmental Quality. IAQ is part of...
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My editor, Kim, asked me a while back to look into underlayment. She said she’s gotten a few questions on it, mostly in terms of off gassing issues.There is a lower risk of troublesome...
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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is certainly my nominee for the green term of the year. It is not just a general consideration for our industry, but now a mainstream topic of conversation. It is in the news...
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The blog for this week was already written and ready to be posted—it was going to be on IAQ (indoor air quality), but I’ll run that one next week. First, I need to tell you guys about...
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So Canada is now getting CARBonized! Before they finalize the details, you have a chance to add your thoughts to their proposal here. The standard to control formaldehyde emissions from composite...
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I’ve been on the road a lot lately and SFO (the San Francisco Airport) is beginning to feel like my second home. And since I am thinking about IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) issues a lot, I have been...
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So the last few blogs have been about timber theft (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 of our series on timber theft). Well, there are two more threats to the country’s forests that we have to...
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