U.S. Green Building Council's LEED program lead the reports this week. On June 12, at NeoCon 2013, it was announced that level® certified products may now be used toward LEED points under the U.S. Green Building Council’s Pilot Credit 80 program.
That news broke in a presentation by Scot Horst (left), senior vice president, LEED, USGBC senior vice president, LEED, USGBC, during the the Business & Institutional Furniture Manufacturer's Assocation's annual breakfast Wednesday morning.
But a report just days before on the progress of a bill to ban LEED on government funded projects in North Carolina was the most viewed report from the week.
Also highly viewed: a report on a new breed of custom woodworking innovators developing new products and selling them to new market niches; and the news that WoodworkingNetwork.com relaunched its website.
Here are the week's most popular wood industry reports.
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