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Energy and water upgrades at San Francisco City Hall are cornerstones of its recent LEED Platinum certification.
Establishing an ongoing maintenance program to detect and address leaks in facilities is an important part of water management.
EPA Awards and reference materials highlight how efficient CHP (cogeneration) reduces energy use and pollution.
New research from DTZ and Kingsley Associates confirms the belief that sustainability impacts how building occupants perceive their workplace.
The three topics included: emission reduction compliance trajectories created by the interim goal for 2020 to 2029; aspects of the building block methodology; and the way state-specific CO2 goals are calculated.
Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PC4HS) is providing guidance on handling potential PCB-containing dust in academic environments.
Latest changes will extend the benefits of the WaterSense program to all irrigation professionals certified by WaterSense labeled programs.
In the spirit of popular weight-loss competitions, Cassidy Turley will compete against other participants across the country to work off energy and water waste through improvements in energy and water efficiency, with help from EPA’s ENERGY STAR program.
To make energy improvements, a California hotel tapped into PACE financing.
In response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s new proposal to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants, Steven Nadel, executive director of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), shared his thoughts on energy efficiency efforts across the country.