There's a Glass Shortage, And It's Dramatically Slowing Down Building Construction

When the recession hit the US eight years ago, the construction industry ground to a halt—and with it, the suppliers of building materials like glass.

Now, boom-time architects and developers have a problem: There isn’t enough glass to go around.  

Read more at: gizmodo.com/theres-a-glass-shortage-and-its-dramatically-slowing-d-1729400202

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Date: 10 September 2015
Source: www.gizmodo.com

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