We find it unfortunate to hear Mr. Weber's blog concerning Lumber-Seal and Mythic Paint.
Mr. Webber applied enough Lumber-Seal to treat 12 houses. Too much of a good thing? All the while building his house without a roof for 8+ months in the rainforest...
The Office for Consumer Affairs did not…Continue
Problem with Mythic Paint?
Please share your experience. I painted the entire exterior of my new house with this paint only to find out it was defective. This is a huge headache for me now. The company has not been cooperative to remedy the situation or to respond to my request for reimbursement.
I purchased Mythic Exterior Latex Paint at about…Continue
Problems with Lumber-Seal? Hi, everyone...If you have had issues with a product called Lumber-Seal, a wood sealer sold at Green builder's Depot on Oahu and other places on the islands, please mention your experience here so we can work together for compensation. My experience is listed below. And here is my blogspot (…Continue
The State of Hawaii Department of Taxation (“DOT”) recently issued temporary administrative rules that will affect anyone planning on installing and placing in service a renewable energy technology system, including a photovoltaic system, on or after January 1, 2013. The new rules expand on what constitutes a “system” for purposes of claiming…Continue
State regulators have approved a multiyear contract for Maui-based Pacific Biodiesel to supply Hawaiian Electric Co. with 250,000 gallons a year of locally produced biodiesel.
The green fuel - made by recycling used cooking oil from Hawaii restaurants - will be used to power a new, $20 million backup plant HECO is building at the Honolulu International…Continue
Marine zoning in the Pacific Ocean, in combination with other measures, could significantly improve dwindling numbers of heavily overfished bigeye tuna and improve local economies, a fish modelling study has found.
Scientists working at the University of Hawaii, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and…
Call it Hawaii’s most unusual export.
For years, the vast majority of calves born in Hawaii have been sent to feed lots on the mainland, where they matured, and then were slaughtered and shipped to grocery stores and restaurants around the country. Rarely did the beef return to Hawaii.
But demand for locally grown food and grass-fed beef has prompted a new program aimed…Continue