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February 2009
Home Channel News;2/16/2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p16
The article focuses on companies' heightened involvement in green programs. According to a survey, 68 percent agreed with the aforementioned statement. Among the green programs are Home Depot's Eco Options, Stock Building Supply's Green Solutions and BlueLinx's Pure Blue. It compares the energy conservation opportunities of hardware and home centers with lumberyards. The views of Shiloh Kelly of BlueLinx and Jim Drexinger of Stockbuilding Supply are also presented.


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