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Terra Bona Materials’ Terralite Cement is a lightweight, thermally insulative material that reportedly delivers increased R-Values and performance versus conventional lightweight concrete.
Accoya wood, from Accsys Technologies, is created by using a proprietary, non-toxic process called acetylation on sustainably sourced woods.
Quanex Building Products introduces vinyl window profile technologies that have become even more ecologically sensitive.
“The Architectural Color Collection” is a selection of 300 new colors with an architectural feel.
The Sto App, which is accessible via iTunes, includes information and documentation for Sto systems and products, as well as a distributor locator function.
Mortar Net reports that it has added an insect barrier to its Mortar Net mortar collection device.
Firestone’s SunWave SMRT (Solar Motion Response Technology) Daylighting System is a commercial daylighting solution that uses the latest in GPS technology and mirrors to actively tracks the sun’s movement and bring in high levels of diffused sunlight, the company reports.
The CommercialComplete Wall Systems is designed to be a systemized wall approach that addresses energy efficiency and continuous insulation, air barrier, moisture resistance and fire performance for a variety of construction types — all with sustainable product attributes.
MR Faced Batt insulation was specifically created to control moisture.
In The Integrative Design Guide to Green Building: Redefining the Practice of Sustainability, 7group's principals and integrative design pioneer Bill Reed introduce design and construction professionals to the concepts of whole building design and whole systems.
EDC's Green Product Buzz Guides bring you the latest in green building products and services from companies exhibiting at trade shows, including Greenbuild, the AIA Expo, Coverings, Surfaces and more.
Welcome to EDC's crossword puzzle. This puzzle was created specifically for the green building industry by Myles Mellor; all the clues and answers relate to industry terms. Click to view the interactive version of the puzzle that appeared in print. Or if you prefer, you'll find a PDF link to this month's puzzle and solution.