The wood treating industry has developed a website at www.TWWDisposal.org to assist Californians and businesses in properly disposing TWW. Detailed information on the following topics for TWW generators can be reviewed on the website.
Contractors working with treated wood, have a new online resource that will help you stay in compliance with state regulations. The online resource tools are attached and can be found at www.twwdisposal.org.
MoistureShield Vision® Capped Composite Decking Approved for Wildland Urban Interface Zones in California
MoistureShield announced its Vision® capped composite decking line has been approved for the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Building Materials listing in California.
“Now 15 percent of the load-bearing, exterior elements on apartment buildings and complexes with three or more units must be inspected every six years. Elements that must be inspected include balconies, decks, porches, stairs, walkways and entryways.” By: Keith Burbank POSTED: SEP 17 2018 10:19PM PDT Gov. Brown signs balcony inspection law following deadly Berkeley collapse By [...]
DECKING OUT A CONDO IN THE CITY BY THE BAY It isn’t every day that Steven and Brucie Schneider, of San Rafael, California-based construction company Schneider Construction, are asked to build a deck on TOP of a building. Fortunately, when that does happen, which seems to be a new trend in [...]