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Tony Rankin explains how many aspects of sustainable design translate into substantial savings for budgets as well.
Earth Day is April 22, 2011, and businesses around the world are commemorating the occasion in many different ways. Some employers are going so far as to reward proactive staff members through incentives that encourage environmental awareness.
In part two of this commissioning feature, find out how savings can come from systems and equipment optimization.
Protecting occupant health and the environment are twin goals when evaluating products and methods.
Guest Columnist Paul Liesman provides the first part of a two part series on building commissioning.
The proposed update builds on the foundation of LEED 2009, including the alignment and weighting of credits and further advances the “bookshelf” framework where credits are applied to specific building types.
Nearly all the company’s wood furniture product lines now feature its water based finish, which contributes to healthy IAQ.
This carpet collection is Cradle to Cradle certified and can help to earn LEED points.
This Web exclusive comes from E-Mon, LLC, manufacturer of submetering and automatic meter reading hardware and software systems and services.
The International Environmental Alliance (IEA) provides full service waste management, recycling, and diversion services for facilities of all types and sizes.