Environmental Controls

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A Wedge in the Sand: Nature Intervenes in Construction Line Controversy

Hurricane Matthew moved the battle lines on Kiawah Island's controversial Captain... More

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EPA Finalizes Formaldehyde Rule

Agency rule combats use of formaldehyde adhesives in building products More

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South Carolina Builders Push to Reduce Stream Buffer Width

Builders argue a 100-foot buffer near waterways should be reduced to 50 feet More

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Okeechobee Lake Discharge Threatens Florida Coastal Home Market

To protect levees, managers are dumping dirty lake water into Florida rivers and... More

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Drain Pain: Furnace Condensate Proves Tricky to Manage

High-efficiency boilers, furnaces, and water heaters produce acidic water that can... More

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$20-Billion BP Oil Spill Fine Will Fund Gulf Projects

Oil giant BP's settlement with the U.S. Government is final: twenty billion... More

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A $1.8M Tear Down

A $1.8 million waterfront house built on the wrong lot must be removed More

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EPA's Wood Smoke Plan Draws Fire

Are the wood stoves allowed under the EPA's proposed wood smoke plan too costly? Depends on how you calculate the cost. More

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Tapered column wraps; wireless lighting control; touchpad deadbolt; vinyl siding... More

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