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  1. 05/01/2013
    Do You Smell That? Odor complaints are the most challenging problems I am asked to solve as an Indoor Air Quality Professional.  Often only one or two of the building’s occupants out of 50 or 100 can detect the odor
  2. 05/31/2013
  3. 01/24/2014
    Reclaim sewage with on-site wastewater treatment by utilizing a membrane bioreactor.
  4. 04/29/2013
    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the winner of its third-annual Energy Star National Building Competition. More than 3,000 schools, businesses, and government buildings across the country competed to see which could reduce its energy use the most in one year—and a New Jersey elementary school emerged victorious.

  5. 04/25/2013

    The United States ranked first among 21 countries most actively using the tax code to influence sustainable corporate activity, according to the inaugural edition of the KPMG Green Tax Index, reflecting the country's extensive and long-established program of federal tax incentives for energy generally, including specific incentives for energy efficiency, renewable energy and green buildings.

  6. 11/13/2013
    The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat convened its Height Committee to rule on the official height of One World Trade Center in New York.
  7. 02/13/2014
    The mayors will be participating in the new City Energy Project, an initiative from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Institute for Market.
  8. 02/10/2014
    A new report from IFMA, in conjunction with the CBRE Group, explores trends and opportunities throughout the FM profession.
  9. 01/30/2014
    As the economy continues to stabilize, non-residential construction will grow.
  10. 09/01/2013
    Commercial Construction on the Rise,
    Public Spending Dips
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