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The statement that Owens Corning is the only company to gain a trademark on a color may not be true. Mattel apparently has a trademark for Barbie Pink. On the official Barbie website  appears "The likeness of the Barbie doll, character, silhouette and accessory icons, the color "Barbie pink", the stylized "B" and other trademarks designated by ® and TM are U.S. trademarks of Mattel, Inc..."
- I agree. For instance, the environmental section was clearly biased; I've since improved that somewhat. More work is still needed on the rest of the article, and I've tagged it. Superm401 - Talk 19:48, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
- This article sounds a lot like the advert for U-North in the movie Michael Clayton. Eje211 (talk) 10:45, 27 November 2008 (UTC)
Regarding the environmental section, the current status of the article (dated March 3, 10:20 AM eastern time) states that Owens Corning emitted the hazardous greenhouse gas from a facilty, but does not give any details. The sources cited say nothing about this. They only say Owens Corning began construction on a facility for which they had requested permission to emit HCFC-142b at an expected rate of 283 tons per year. The cited article states that it is illegal to begin construction before obtaining the permit, and that is what Owens Corning had done. They began construction before the permit was obtained. It appears that the claim in this wiki article is false. I suggest this be corrected or citation provided.
The article currently reads like a hatchet job on this company. The history of a $5B company consists of three asbestos lawsuits? Surely they have done something else between their founding and now. Is this the best Wikipedia can do? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 15:29, 27 September 2013 (UTC)
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