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PVC Still Problematic

Green Builder Media's March 10, 2016 Vantage Enewsletter

Architects and builders are looking to wood as a sustainable alternative for mid-rise construction.

For the second time, lawmakers aim to reverse the State's antiquated legislation regarding "prior appropriation" of water.

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Report: PVC Still Problematic The vinyl industry claims it is greening its products, but the manufacture, use and disposal of PVC still poses significant environmental and health issues.

Colorado's Ban on Rain Barrels May Be Overturned For the second time, lawmakers aim to reverse the State's antiquated legislation regarding "prior appropriation" of water.

Climate Change and Politics During last night’s Presidential debate, Floridian Mayors demanded answers about rising sea levels. The candidates’ responses were passionate, but has climate change really received the attention it deserves?

Mandatory HERS Rating? RESNET's move to make the HERS Index a third compliance path to the IECC takes them from the safe shallow waters of working with builders to the more treacherous depths of actually regulating them. Beware unintended consequences.

Mid-Rise Wood Frame Construction Projects Receive Development Grants Architects and builders are looking to wood as a sustainable alternative for mid-rise construction.

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