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  1. 08/28/2014

    Is your building's exterior prepared for consistent snowstorms?

  2. 09/03/2014

    Health costs drop by half as a result of environmental regulations.

  3. 10/20/2014

    The EPA looks to help improve energy and air quality during educational facility renovations. 

  4. 10/17/2014

    Agency says current regulations "don't protect worker health".

  5. 02/03/2014
    U.S. mayors are expecting to significantly increase investment in energy technologies over the next five years, according to a new survey of nearly 300 cities.
  6. 10/01/2014

    When the design team for this project specified Aquatherm polypropylene-random pipe for the building’s domestic water supply, they helped provide ownership with a stably priced, long-lasting, and leak-free pipe system.

  7. 07/11/2014

    Tenants have low tolerance for even one pest sighting, a new survey reveals.

  8. 09/26/2014

    Survey shows people more careful, less satisfied in public washrooms.

  9. 06/24/2014

    As a learning tool, Ravenscroft’s enterprise-wide meter dashboard provides visibility on campus energy initiatives, including carbon footprint of metered buildings, consumption (kWh), demand (kW) and other conservation-related parameters.

  10. 01/24/2014
    The greenest roof is improving the one you already have.
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