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Ten concrete polishing training seminars have been scheduled so far this year.Polishing a concrete floor is not always an easy, straightforward process. Every floor is different, every job is different, and you constantly have to think on your feet. Your knowledge and your crew’s knowledge of the polishing process is a key ingredient to a great-looking floor and a happy client.

That’s why PROSOCO has partnered with some of the leaders in the concrete flooring industry to bring you concrete polishing skills seminars at locations across the U.S. all year.

The dates are:

May 4, Langhorne, Pa. – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

May 12, Atlanta – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

May 14, Dallas – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

May 19, Charlotte, N.C. – Concrete Polishing 101 with Niagara Machine

Sept. 22, Charlotte, N.C. – Concrete Polishing 101 with Niagara Machine

Oct. 14, Dallas – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

Oct. 21, St. Petersburg, Fla. – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

Oct. 27, Atlanta – Concrete Polishing Skills seminar with Jon-Don

Nov. 12, Seattle – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

Nov. 19, Denver – Concrete Polishing Skills Seminar with Jon-Don

Register for the seminar nearest you today.

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Declare labels for 6 PROSOCO products

Six PROSOCO products have received Declare labels from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), an achievement which further demonstrates PROSOCO’s commitment to materials transparency.

Declare is regarded as the toughest materials transparency standard in sustainable construction. The process involves disclosing product ingredients down to the 100 ppm range.

PROSOCO’s newly Declare-labeled products are:

This achievement brings the total number of Declare-participating PROSOCO products to seven. Consolideck LS became the first-ever concrete finish to receive a Declare label in 2014.

The five R-Guard products to receive Declare labels are now listed on the Declare website with the coveted designation of “Red List-Free.” In addition, the entire catalog of Consolideck ColorHard pigmented stains is included in the Declare product catalog. Living Building Challenge (LBC) design teams need only list the Declare registration numbers for automatic fulfillment of LBC 3.0 Materials Petal documentation requirements.

Also read: Dwayne Fuhlhage’s update on The Bullitt Center Effect: Materials Market Transformation

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