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'Recycle on the Go' Consultation Launch

Building on the recent enthusiasm to recycle in the home the Government would like to see an extension to places where the public has access.


E-Mon's New 'Green Class' Submeters Are Ideal for Green Building Initiatives

E-Mon, the electric submetering market leader and manufacturer of the widely installed E-Mon D-Mon product line, today announced its new "Green Class" E-Mon D-Mon electric submeters.


Meritage Homes' 'Zero Energy' New Home Community Combines Solar Power and Energy Efficiency

Meritage Homes has opened a new home community in Vacaville, California that features solar electric power systems from SunPower Corporation as a standard feature.


UW-Madison Design Team Plans Lower-Cost, Energy-Efficient Housing

In construction, affordable and green are often contradictory terms.


Green Building Practices are Increasingly Important to Homeowners with Home Remodeling Projects

ReliableRemodeler_com is announcing the results of the first of a series of surveys on the subject of green building.


Leopardo Construction Selected to Build Greenbuild Chicago 2007 Legacy Project

The City of Chicago and US Green Building Council (USGBC) Chicago Chapter have selected Leopardo Construction as the general contractor for its Greenbuild Chicago 2007 Legacy Project.


Builder Cites Benefits of Green Building

Half of the National Association of Home Builders builder members incorporate green into their building practices.


New Songdo in Korea Named as 'Green Urbanism' Pilot Project

The New Songdo City International Business District in South Korea being developed by New York's Gale International has been accepted as a pilot project and partner by the US Green Building Council for its LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) certification, the first national standard for neighborhood design.



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