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OWENS-CORNING INSULATION PLANT REOPENS AS WATERS RECEDE

 KANSAS CITY, Kan., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ Owens-Corning's (NYSE: OCF) Kansas City, Kan., insulation plant is back in full operation this week, after stopping production for safety reasons last Tuesday as the flooding Missouri and Kansas rivers approached the top of the Fairfax levee.
 "Thanks to the good work of our employees, who spent many hours securing the plant with sandbags, we never had to shut down our furnaces," said Plant Manager Jim Hansen. "We now are at full capacity and we have all employees back to work," he said.
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 /CONTACT: Elizabeth Sudheimer of Owens-Corning, 419-248-6190/
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