Energy Efficiency & Building Science News
Displeased with legislation introduced earlier this week, Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Ed Markey (D-Mass.) have drafted their own bill to reform the nation’s chemical laws.
Two senators are putting a renewed effort into their years-long push to establish a cohesive, national energy efficiency policy through legislation.
Bayer's Chief Executive Marijn Dekkers said on Wednesday that the drugmaker still preferred selling its MaterialScience division via an initial public offering rather than transferring the subsidiary to its shareholders.
Complying with the most recent energy codes can decrease damages, headaches, and callbacks.
The recent and dramatic shift in expectations for significantly higher performance requirements addressing heat flow in roof and wall envelopes for metal buildings has been remarkable.
Composite Panel Building Systems has created several new superior, high performance building products by combining proven materials and systems performance with revolutionary advances in building science.
Demand in the United States for adhesives and sealants is forecast to grow 2.8% per year to $6.4 billion pounds in 2019, valued at $12.8 billion.
When REACH Community Development completes its newest workforce housing community in a few months, it will have also built the largest multifamily Passive House in North America.