3M Homeowner Survey Shows Strong Interest in Eco-friendly Construction Materials and Practices

October 18, 2021
PR Newswire

ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- From reducing air pollution to using renewable energy as a power source, U.S. homeowners have an overwhelming desire for more information, more choices, and more action across the industry for eco-friendly construction materials and practices, according to the 2021 3M Home Renovation Study.

The majority of homeowners surveyed – 74% – agree that using eco-friendly construction materials would make a strong impact to the environment, and 70% plan to purchase eco-friendly materials for their next renovation.

For more information on how 3M science can drive change for more sustainable home construction solutions, visit 3M smog-fighter. To read more about the Home Renovation Study, visit https://3m.com/homereno.


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