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January 26,2012

The EPA says it will seek more data and is accepting comments until March 5.

January 26,2012

The dispute arose over multimillion-dollar leaks at the University of Connecticut's law library.

January 26,2012

The idea is to use an earthquake "fuse" that can prevent the tiny fractures and warps that make structures unsafe after a quake and very expensive...

January 26,2012

GreenWizard, provider of a cloud-based product management and project collaboration software, is the latest industry participant to sign on

January 26,2012

New knowledge center web site demonstrates efficacy of smoke detection. 

January 18,2012

Since 1960, when Chile suffered a 9.5 magnitude quake, the largest ever recorded; the country has steadily improved building codes to protect...

January 18,2012

The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) released a new report analyzing residential building codes in 18 hurricane-prone...

January 18,2012

The death of a Chicago woman who stepped off her elevator into a blazing inferno last week has underscored the need for fire sensors in elevators...

January 18,2012

The California Energy Commission (CEC) now recognizes open-cell spray foam as an accepted insulation in its 2008 Building Energy Efficiency...

January 05,2012

Once seen as a cost burden, building to LEED standards is now an "easy call," according to Dan Probst, chairman of energy and sustainability for...