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Green Materials Report: Wheatboard

This post is part of the Green Materials Report series.  GBE is providing information on various building materials and what makes them green.  Each post focuses on one material.  We will be looking at the ingredients in the material, how it is used, what makes it green, and any green product certifications that it has earned.  We […]

June 27th

New GBE Series Scheduled: Green Materials Report

This Friday reporter Dawn Killough will launch our new series, Green Materials Report. Her first subject: linoleum, a durable and sustainable product with an estimated lifespan of 40 years. Some of our upcoming green materials reports will include: Concrete Drywall Linoleum Bamboo flooring Wheatboard Wool carpet Recycled-content carpet Cork flooring Steel studs Mushrooms Beetle-kill pine Gabion rock walls GBE is […]

June 12th

Green Building 101: Selecting Building Materials from Nature

Selecting materials for your green building project can be daunting, to say the least. Every product says it is "green" or "environmentally friendly." In addition, there are different certifications and labels, each supposedly better than the others. One seemingly obvious alternative is to buy products taken directly from nature. Wood, linoleum, bamboo, wool carpets, cork, and wheatboard are a few that come to mind.

March 2nd