The concept of resilience — the ability to withstand and recover — is not new. For the built environment, techniques to improve resilience have evolved over time and vary based on factors such as natural or man-made types of hazards, building occupancy, building importance, building location, and whether construction is new or existing.
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In the wood products industry, wood dust is regulated for both its potential combustibility as well as for exposures that could affect human health risk.
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The American Wood Council has developed a guide containing information on the issues that matter to the forest products industry that are before the U.S. Congress. Every day decisions are made that impact jobs and economic growth in forest products communities across the nation, and this site makes it easy to get involved and stay connected. Grow the Vote also allows you to Take Action on these hot issues and send letters to your Members of Congress with only a few clicks of your mouse. More.
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