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Lock and Key Industries Go Green

Since the turn of the century government regulations and private pressure has created an immense amount of interest in eliminating waste throughout manufacturing. Faced with changes to the world’s climate, as well as scarce resources, companies have moved to eliminate waste to protect the environment. 503 more words

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Green Building Best Practices

  • Look for designs that use energy as close to its sources as possible to minimize conversion losses: passive solar heat, for examples, over electrical resistance heating.
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Don’t blow your credibility with a dated GBCI reference

Firms that provide LEED-based sustainability certification services hold themselves out as having a special expertise. But destroying credibility with a client can be as easy as contracting with the client to have the project reviewed by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). 188 more words

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Why did I seek to put GreenBIM into Room 101?

Why did I seek to put Green BIM into Room 101 ? Did I not tweet only this week that Green BIM is one of the more important developments in the built environment? 470 more words

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OSHA Encouraging Native-language Safety Training and Positive Fall Protection Measures after Construction Site Death

Officials with the federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration are investigating the death of a 20-year-old Mexican man who was fatally injured in a fall at a Georgia construction site this month. 273 more words

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Greenbuild Preparing for Greenbuild Conference

July 1, 2015

LANDsds Sustainable Voice News

Greenbuild is Heading to the Hill

OUR BUILDINGS— HOMES, HOSPITALS, AND HIGH RISES— ARE MODERN MONUMENTS TO WHAT WE DEEM IMPORTANT… 299 more words

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News: Taipei 101 Going Green with LED Lights

Following its move to purchase 1.01 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of ‘green’ power, the Taipei Financial Center (TFC) Corp., the management company for the landmark TAIPEI 101, recently announced that it plans to replace all traditional fluorescent tubes on the building’s external walls with LED lights in the next three years to further save energy, the Taipei Times has reported. 131 more words

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