31 May '12, 10am

Exterior Paints: Long-Term Protection and Environmental Tradeoffs

Feature from Environmental Building News Exterior Paints: Long-Term Protection and Environmental Tradeoffs For many applications, there are no environmentally responsible alternatives to these products, so maximizing their durability is the best way to minimize their impact. This article explores what is in exterior paints and stains, their environ-mental tradeoffs, and how to prolong their service life. ... To read the complete article, please login below. To continue reading this article, please log in — or, subscribe and get immediate access! Members Login Username Password Remember me on this computer. Forgotten your password? Subscription Options One Year Subscription 12 issues of Environmental Building News plus unlimited access to EBN's online resources. $129 $99 per year Sign Me Up at 23% Savings Automatic Monthly Billing Monthly issues of Environmental Building Ne...

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