September 2017

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Back to School

Fall usually means tackling those home improvement projects you've been putting off all summer. If soldering some pipe is in your near future, read a quick and thorough guide for every DIY-er from the CDA.

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Windy Days

Renewable energy has finally arrived and wind power is growing by leaps and bounds. If you have any doubts about the viability of sustainable wind generation, let us dispel some outdated myths about wind and you'll be convinced.

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A Healthy Glow From Copper

From ancient Egyptian times, copper has been a revered and valuable element for human health and beauty. Modern biochemistry has revealed the secrets behind copper peptides, the compounds that keep your skin young and vibrant.

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Call for Entries: 2018 North American Copper in Architecture Awards

Architects, designers and sheet metal contractors are invited to submit their copper building projects for the 2018 North American Copper in Architecture (NACIA) awards program through January 31, 2018. Now in its 11th year, the program recognizes and promotes architectural copper and copper alloys structures in North America.
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Competition Showcases the Piping Trades as Viable Careers for Millennials

Over half of America’s skilled trade employees are nearing retirement age and fewer men and women are being prepared to take their places. To address the shortage of skilled laborers, the Copper Development Association (CDA) sponsored the copper piping portion of the annual the United Association (UA) Competition and Instructor Training Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan on August 13-18.
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Copper in the Arts: Issue #102

Get an inside look at Carl Duzen's new exhibit, view works by Kingfisher, Susan Hohman, Yucca Lane and more.
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