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              Glass standards to reflect climate priorities

              Post Time£ºJul 20,2022Classify:Industry NewsView£º1016

              Three Canadian glass standards will be updated in keeping with priorities for climate resiliency. That will also allow the obsolete standard outlining procedures for the structural design and production of glass for buildings to be brought back into active use. The current 33-year-old version is so outdated it has been withdrawn from the Canadian General Standards Board¡¯s (CGSB) offerings.

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