True or false: In abrasive blasting work, 100-micron-sized dust particles are respirable and therefore dangerous to health.
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Following a risk evaluations review in February 2021, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a list of ____ chemicals expected to lose confidential status.
True or False: To remain sustainable, coatings manufacturer Teknos has removed plastics from all its materials.
Along with other major cities in the U.S., Washington D.C. recently passed a ban on what?
What technology is a team of researchers from Japan studying to combat urban heat island effects?
A team of Australian researchers developed a type of coating, strong enough to be considered an alternative to bullet-proof glass, meant to protect from what?
Aesthetic damages have been seen by guests in the queue area for what Disneyland attraction in Anaheim, California?
True or False: Connor Fields, the keynote speaker for the Commercial Painting Industry Association’s Leadership Conference, is the only American athlete to receive an Olympic Gold Medal for BMX Racing.
Decorative paints company Coral, an AkzoNobel-owned brand, has recently developed a _________-repellent coating to fight against dengue fever in Brazil.
The nomination deadline for the sixth annual Elevation Awards has been extended to:
An ultra-black coating developed by a team of researchers from the Harbin Institute of Technology can absorb what percentage of the wide light spectrum?
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