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About AWC The American Wood Council (AWC) is the voice of North American wood products manufacturing, representing over 75 percent of an industry that provides more than 360,000 men and women with family-wage jobs.
ACA was joined in its amicus brief by the American Chemistry Council, American Forest & Paper Association, American Wood Council, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, American Iron & Steel, Brick Industry Association, Council of Industrial Boiler Owners, National Association of Manufacturers, National Mining Association, National Oilseed Processors Association, Rubber Manufacturers Association, and Utility Air Regulatory Group.
In addition to CWC and the American Wood Council, the initiative is supported by Forestry Innovation Investment, Forest Products Association of Canada, and U.
ACA was a signatory to the letter, along with the American Chemistry Council, American Forest & Paper Association, American Petroleum Institute, American Wood Council, APA-The Engineered Wood Association, Composite Panel Association, Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, Methanol Institute, National Association of Home Builders, and the National Funeral Directors Association.
JOHN SHOWALTER (pictured left)--for his longstanding service to FPS as Editor of Wood Design Focus--Vice President, Technology Transfer, American Wood Council, Virginia
The American Wood Council constitutes an invaluable information resource on wood construction for engineers, architects, builders, and building code regulators, including engineering data, state-of-the art design technologies, and construction standards.
Built of pressure-treated wood, it is part of a landscape project sponsored by the American Wood Council.
5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - FPInnovations - in collaboration with the American Wood Council (AWC), the United States (U.