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  1. 08/04/2014

    The update to the Building Energy Quotient program includes more building types and a new methodology to measure "In Operation" buildings.

  2. 05/08/2014

    Creating a break-encouraging workplace culture is essential, according to a new survey.

  3. 05/01/2014

    Harvard Medical School had leaking and corroding copper supply lines and needed a corrosion-resistant chiller line. Aquatherm Green Pipe® and Aquatherm Blue Pipe® were installed and the facility staff was so pleased they used Aquatherm on the replacement of a leaking buried chilled water line as well.

  4. 03/25/2014
    While the economic recession explains the decline in sales in 2008 and 2009, it is much less clear why sales have continued to fall.
  5. 11/22/2013
    A new independent nationwide survey reveals three out of four Americans are supportive of green schools.
  6. 10/03/2013
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is finalizing a rule that will allow the agency to restrict imports of potentially harmful perfluorinated chemicals that could be used in carpets.
  7. 10/01/2013
    A slight housing upturn may also contribute.
  8. 11/01/2013
    Meet the code requirements or assume the risk.
  9. 10/07/2013
    The U.S. Department of Energy has proposed new energy efficiency standards that would address a source of major energy loss that may be lurking in your basement, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
  10. 10/02/2013
    Imagine two identical cars. Same make, model, mileage and operating conditions. Car #1 is taken to a mechanic once a year for maintenance - more often, if serious problems arise. Car #2 has a mechanic who rides along every mile, looking, listening and anticipating problems that could affect performance—before they become problems. As a result, Car #2 performs better, has fewer problems and costs less to maintain.
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