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Project Spotlight: Black Locust Lumber
In the past few weeks at Life’sWork, we’ve been very busy working with Black Locust Lumber to create over 135 Proflow pavers that will be used as earth-friendly walkways in parks around the world. It’s one of the many ways that we are working to develop a thriving community!
Northpark Center Welcomes Treehouse’s Sustainable Home of the Future
If you stopped by the shopping center this weekend, you may have noticed a new addition to EastCourt, on Level One near Dillard’s. Environmentally-focused home improvement retailer TreeHouse built a one-of-a-kind Sustainable Home of the Future, on view now exclusively at NorthPark.
New Timber Permeable Pavers Ameliorate Urban Heat Island Effect
A new building product from the US promises to provide a sustainable way to stop flooding, replenish groundwater and reduce the urban heat island effect in our cities. Robinia Permeable Pavers are a carbon-neutral timber permeable paver made from cubes of the highly durable and rot-resistant Black Locust tree, supported by a stainless-steel mesh base.
On Deck: Sustainable Choices for Decks and Railings
A DECK ISN’T JUST an appendage on a house. Decks blur the barrier between indoor and outdoor living. There are myriad sustainable decking and railing options to consider, from classic wood to the scores of new composite decking materials….
An innovative modern collection of herbal remedies based on traditional healing practices from around the world. Body and muscle care, essential oils, infused honeys and aromatherapy that inspire overall well-being. Crafted by herbalist, aromatherapist and clinical esthetician Barbara Close…..
We certify that none of the above listed chemicals are used in the manufacturing of our wood and therefore are not expected to be present in the above mentioned products. Neither can we conceive of a mechanism whereby they could be formed.