Content related to ‘sustainability’
Changes address revised delivery and ballot schedule; due out in 2013, revision will become LEED V4 instead of LEED 2012.
A life cycle assessment conducted by a Massachusetts-based university found the Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer to be the most sustainable way to dry hands.
The University of British Columbia is home to two classroom facilities recognized for elevated sustainability.
This applies to removing and replacing vegetative roof modules when assessing and repairing roof membrane leaks.
The restaurant company’s 2012 report addresses projects in eight categories. Suppliers recognized in another report.
Facilities staff call attention to recycling with a giant “N” made of plastic water bottles.
With a nearly 250% increase of participants in its STARS program since 2011, AASHE has launched a quarterly review to share best practices.
AASHE, a three year partner of the Arbor Day Foundation, is encouraging its member campuses to plant trees this spring.
An air curtain (or “air door”) employs a stream of air to create an air seal, separating different environments while allowing traffic flow.
U.S. Government Policy Impacts and Opportunities for Facility Management is available online free of charge as part of IFMA’s “Sustainability ‘How-to’ Guide” series.