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Participating schools recycled or composted 89.1 million pounds of recyclables and organic materials, preventing the release of 126,597 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCO2E) into the atmosphere, which is equivalent to preventing annual emissions from 24,823 cars.
This article from Bradley Corporation discusses how reducing water consumption and paper towel use are among the ways to achieve greener restrooms.
April 22, 2014, marks the 44th anniversary of Earth Day ― a day intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment.
Whether or not the organization is pursuing LEED certification, setting a clear path to sustainable goals is key.
With Earth Day approaching, here are several tips for avoiding costly and timely challenges related to the industry’s latest green building practices.
The following column is written in response to the criticism from the EPDM regarding a recent study conducted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Are LEED ratings sustainable and are the policies worth enforcing?
Company knowingly exposed workers to asbestos and lead at NY work site during renovation of former Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center.
The City of Toronto will now require CIMS/CIMS-GB certification for all future custodial RFPs.
In this web exclusive product focus, the editors present several of the latest introductions to the market.