Any do-it-yourselfer knows that choosing the right material for the application is crucial to success. And now, DIYers, contractors and architects are increasingly choosing products based on the health and environmental impacts they provide.
“Adhesives, sealants and fillers can contribute far more to indoor air quality than might be expected,” write Rob Cuscino, marketing manager, Wacker Chemical Corp., and Martin Schierhorn, global strategic marketing, Wacker Chemie AG. For this reason, a new dispersion can be used for formulating construction adhesives that offer a range of product advantages. Find out more beginning on p. 18.
Speaking of regulations, keeping up with ever-evolving regulatory standards can be a challenge. Starting on p. 22, read about a centralized approach to labeling that can help companies to be more proactive in designating resources and aligning with new requirements.
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