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EPA Fines Lowe’s $500,000 for Remodeler Lead Dust Violations

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/17/2014 7:18PM

Lowe’s Home Centers agreed to company-wide lead abatement training for its remodeling contractors and will pay a record $500,000 civil penalty, largest ever for violating the federal Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule.


Etsy Begins Wholesaling Wood Products to Nordstrom

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/16/2014 7:35AM

Richwood Creations makes rustic wood home accessories. Worley's Lighting makes wooden lamps. Both are among beta tests of a Nordstrom wholesale supply chain, due to go national in June.


Wood Damaged by Ice Storm Fuels Power Plant in South Carolina

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 04/13/2014 9:40PM

Nearly 21,000 tons of timber and woody debris damaged by February ice storms in the Southeast is being burned at Ameresco's Savannah River bio-energy plant in Aiken, SC. It represents 55% of the power plant's wood fuel purchases.


Management Expert: Why Millennials Need to Shut Up and Listen

Posted: 04/07/2014 9:04PM

What’s the best way to understand what people are saying? Stop talking! Listen to what your boss says. Listen to what the employees are saying. The message of getting through to our younger managers is a critical one.




Job of the Day: Woodworking Machine Tool Technology Instructor

Posted By Matt Schumake | Posted: 04/07/2014 7:40AM

Cerritos College is seeking a full-time machine tool technology instructor for its technology division.


Woodworking Labor Pool & Talent Top EBC Conference Concerns

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/07/2014 6:00AM

Young millennial woodworkers are a different breed, and hiring them - and tapping their talent - is a challenge for wood industry managers, says expert Cam Marston, in addressing the Stiles Executive Briefing Conference in Englewood, CO.


IWF 2014: Woodworking Inventors: Creating New Products & Business

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 04/04/2014 3:03PM

Building revenue by inventing new wood products, or new takes on traditional offerings, often means reinventing the business process. Six woodworkers will tell how they did it at this IWF 2014 symposium on Aug. 19.


Oneida Air Launches Young Wood Craftsman Scholarships

Posted by Elizabeth Fuhrman | Posted: 04/04/2014 9:00AM

Scholarships for next generation American Craftsmen in Wood were awarded by Oneida Air Systems, which named two winners of the Oneida Air Systems Future Craftsmen scholarship.


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