You probably haven’t thought much about using hemp to construct your next home, but maybe you should. It’s durable, lightweight, carbon-negative, and resistant to pests, mold, and fire—and it could potentially cut energy bills in half.
Five prominent organizations within the green building community have banded together to facilitate more environmentally sustainable structures across America, but how successful will the new partnership prove to be?
According to a recent report, the global polystyrene & EPS market was valued at USD 30.66 billion in 2013 and is anticipated to reach USD 42.11 billion by 2020, expanding at a CAGR of 4.7% from 2014 to 2020.
Industrial chemical and gas producer Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. announced Thursday that it will realign itself into seven reporting segments from the first quarter of fiscal 2015 as part of a major restructuring.
Bayer AG plans to shed its plastics business, according to people familiar with the matter, a move that would further the German company's shift away from its roots in chemicals and toward life sciences.
Leaders of the U.S. Lumber Coalition told attendees at Forest Economic Advisors’ 4th Annual Forest Products Forum the current SLA will need to be renegotiated next year or tarrifs would be pursued again.
Reports that America’s housing market is improving invariably lead to “Compared to what?” Against the boom years of a decade ago, 1 million starts is a pittance. Viewed versus the bust, it’s a doubling of business.
Some may be very surprised that the nation’s second largest lumber producer, one that is of increasing importance to what remains of the forest products industry in Washington, is Sierra Pacific Industries.