CHICAGO —Red, white and blue were the backdrop colors at the industry’s convention here in late May, but green might have been a more appropriate choice. In seminars, exhibitor booths, casual exchanges and hard-nosed sales pitches, conversation turned to the trade’s expanding environmental consciousness and how much more the public would like to see being done. —Red, white and blue were the backdrop colors at the industry’s convention here in late May, but green ...
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