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  • Merit Award: Key Peninsula, Gig Harbor, Wash.

    Sustainbly built waterfront home connects residents to the outdoors while retaining some inspirations--and materials--from the cabin it replaced.

  • Water Conservation Necessary, Attainable

    Conference speakers outline the scope of the water problem and the steps builders can take to tackle conservation.

  • Decentralized Water Reuse Offers Another Option for Conservation

    On-site wastewater treatment could become more commonplace in single-family homes during the next few years.

  • Decentralized Water Reuse Offers Another Option for Conservation

    On-site wastewater treatment could become more commonplace in single-family homes during the next few years.

  • Wetland System Reuses Water

    The Living Machine from Worrell Water Technologies is a decentralized, on-site ecological wastewater treatment and reuse system.

  • Improving Performance

    Following our mission of showcasing performance excellence, we put ourselves to the test to see how Eco-Structure can best serve its readers

  • Wetland System Reuses Water

    The Living Machine from Worrell Water Technologies is a decentralized, on-site ecological wastewater treatment and reuse system.

  • Green Product Picks: Reclaimed Materials

    Salvaged building products offer a sustainable, one-of-a-kind touch to eco-friendly homes.

  • Carbon Sciences Applies for U.S. Department of Energy Grant

    Carbon Sciences Inc. (http://www.carbonsciences.com/01/index.php) (OTCBB: CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other portable fuels, announced today that the company has applied for a grant in response to a recent Funding...

  • A Warehouse Renovation Blends Innovative Architecture and Sustainable Practices

    Aidlin Darling Architects and Matarozzi/Pelsinger Builders elevated an old warehouse to create a vibrant, mixed-use project called 355 Eleventh Street.