EPA Issues Formaldehyde Rule
Agency rule combats use of formaldehyde adhesives in home building products.
Could This California Town Become the Next Flint?
Earlier this year, Stockton, Calif. city officials started adding chloramines to...
Piping for New Construction: Plastic vs. Copper, a Clarification
Healthy Building Science recently stirred up a hornet's nest when it published an...
The Best and Worst Regions for Water Conservation
Take a look at BUILDER’s interactive map of the states that have the highest and...
EPA Releases Stormwater Climate Change Tool
The new tool will help building pros consider increasing threats of severe weather...
Clothes Dryers Get an Efficiency Boost with the Energy Star Seal
As one of the most common and least efficient household appliances, the...
Energy Star V6 Has Big Impact on Windows
Cost-effectiveness of high efficiency products under the program is among the window industry’s chief concerns.
EPA Announces $11 Million for Brownfields Cleanup
Revolving loan funds will help the 31 grantees carry out redevelopment projects, including residential developments.
10 Business Trends That Will Shape Housing in 2013
Builders were growing again in 2012, but new challenges lie ahead.
Investigation Finds Fault with EPA’s Lead Paint Cost-Benefit Analysis
A new report by the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency suggests that the agency reexamine the costs and benefits of its lead paint rule following an investigation that found limitations in the data used.