UC Davis Wants New 'Village' to Be Affordably Green
Aug. 11--The idea that green buildings can make financial as well as environmental sense is central to California's plans to fight global warming.
NECA Contractors Show Expertise in Landfill Gas-to-Energy Projects, a Feature of "Industry Today" on Industrialinfo.Com
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and its partners from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) are "green and mean" for renewable energy projects.
Old Materials to Get New Life ; To Meet Green Standards and Cut Costs, Builders Are Recycling More Demolition and Construction Debris.
Demolition crews equipped with huge backhoes are making quick work of the old Baxter Elementary School on Ocean Avenue, ripping down cinder block walls and crunching lumber like toothpicks.
Making the Green's List: Colleges, Students, Retailers Think Dorm Eco-Friendliness.
Jul. 31--Ask any student on a college campus where the "green crowd" hangs out, and she will be able to tell you.
Nexamp, Inc. Completes Cape Cod's Largest Solar PV Install on Osterville Marina
Oyster Harbors Marine recently completed installation of the largest solar photovoltaic system on Cape Cod atop the marina's new 20,000 square foot addition.
Solae LLC Awarded LEED(R) Green Building Certification
Solae, LLC announced today that its St. Louis headquarters building has been LEED(R) Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
FutureGen Clears One More Hurdle With Department of Energy Record of Decision
Jul. 15--MATTOON -- A decision Tuesday concerning the local site for the planned FutureGen power plant means backers can "start to nail down costs," a local official said.
Quad/Graphics Becomes First Major Commercial Printer to Achieve LEED Certification for a Manufacturing Plant
Printer's Sussex, Wis., Manufacturing Site Earns Silver Rating From U.S. Green Building Council
Manhattan Beach Home Gets Gold for Its Green
Jun. 30---- Â» What makes this home so green?
A New Type of Pervious Concrete Surfaces in KC
Jun. 22--How would you like sidewalks that don't ice up in the winter and parking lots that soak up runoff from Kansas City's frequent thunderstorms?