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Baltimore's Newest Casino is LEED Gold Certified
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Baltimore's Newest Casino is LEED Gold Certified

Green is more than the color of the money at Caesar Entertainment's Horseshoe Casino. More

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Can Green Infrastructure Make Neighborhoods Safer and Wallets Thicker?

Green infrastructure such as vegetated roofs, open parks, and permeable pavement can lead to higher rents, increased retail sales, reduced utility bills, and reduced crime, among other benefits, according to a new report from the NRDC. More

AIA Presents ‘Designing Recovery’ Awards
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AIA Presents ‘Designing Recovery’ Awards

The AIA has concluded an ideas competition aimed at designing disaster-responsive... More

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Framework Helps Governments Manage Stormwater Runoff and Wastewater

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new framework seeks to help local governments meet Clean Water Act obligations. More

Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks
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Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks

Boral Bricks. These 4-inch-by-8-inch permeable clay pavers are available in... More

Vast Permeable Composite Pavers From Vast Enterprises
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Vast Permeable Composite Pavers From Vast Enterprises

Vast Permeable Composite Pavers have an infiltration rate of 400 inches per hour... More

Permapave Permeable Paver From Permapave Industries LLC
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Permapave Permeable Paver From Permapave Industries LLC

Permapave Industries LLC’s Permapave Permeable Pavers are natural-stone pavers... More

Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks
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Permeable Pavers From Boral Bricks

The company’s new permeable pavers allow water to drain through the surface,... More

Permeable Pavers by Belgard
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Permeable Pavers by Belgard

The company’s permeable pavers are made of concrete and separated by joints filled... More

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