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A Moratorium on Calls for Moratoriums

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/21/2010 12:00AM

Despite calls for moratoriums - on home foreclosures, or even new housing construction - our best bet is to slog through it. Now's the time to invest intellectual capital and improve the layout of your production floor.

Woodwork Detective: Uncovering Prospects from Suspects

By Rick Hill Posted: 10/20/2010 12:00AM

Selling is a lot like woodworking. Certain steps must be taken before anything can be created.

Does the USGBC Lawsuit Have Substance?

By Karen Koenig Posted: 10/19/2010 12:00AM

A $100 million class action suit has been filed in U.S. District Court against the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED and its founders on charges that USGBC is “fraudulently misleading the consumer” and misrepresenting the energy performance of buildings certified under the LEED rating system.

Some Wood Industry Best Green Practices

By Rich Christianson Posted: 10/18/2010 12:00AM

From the elimination of VOCs and polyurethane edgebanding to the development of a solar farm, it's been interesting to see the many ways wood products companies are demonstrating their environmental commitment.

Business Planning: An Easy Approach to a Complicated Process

By Chip Yawney Posted: 10/16/2010 12:00AM

I established a rudimentary business plan when I formed my woodworking company using the “oops” method of planning I learned back then.

Next at Fall NexGen: Continued Travels

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/14/2010 12:00AM

NexGen fall edition, a roving woodworking technology event last week in North Carolina, took me to Biesse America and Holzma the first day; Stiles, Delmac and Costa & Grissom Machinery on day two.

Beating the Bushes for Your Business

By Rick Hill Posted: 10/13/2010 12:00AM

The local market for custom woodworking projects or architectural millwork needs to hear from reliable sources about your company.

How Much Warning Is Required for Wood Dust?

By Karen Koenig Posted: 10/12/2010 12:00AM

While industry is still wrangling over California OSHA’s proposed lowering of the Permissible Exposure Limit  for wood dust, from 5 mg/m3 down to 1 mg/m3, the California Department of Justice has gone ahead and developed language for a warning label on wood dust.

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