CertainTeed Gypsum Introduces Sustainable Gypsum Board that Improves Indoor Air Quality
CertainTeed Gypsum introduces a revolutionary and ground-breaking approach to improving indoor air quality with AirRenew gypsum board.
Birdair Introduces World's First Recyclable Architectural Fabric Membrane
Birdair, the leading specialty contractor of lightweight long-span roofing systems and tensile structures throughout the world, introduces Kenafine membrane - the world's first and only fully recyclable architectural fabric membrane.
TruStile Doors Leads a Revolution in Green Design
In a housing market struggling to recover from decline, Green builders are experiencing an unprecedented revolution of growth.
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.
Green Building Grows in NYC with Spec it Green Event
Interest in designing and constructing Green Buildings in New York City was evident at a recent Spec-It Green event in New York City on June 6th.
Craton Equity Partners Makes First Investment in GigaCrete
Craton Equity Partners, the new Los Angeles, California based clean technology private equity fund, has announced that it has made its first investment of $3 1/2 million (of a $5 million commitment) in GigaCrete, Inc, a green building materials company that has created a new family of cementious building products that are lightweight, stronger and more environmentally friendly than Portland cement-based materials.
Green Technology and Saving Energy Now Include Using Recycled Plate Glass on the Roof of Your Home
Who would have ever thought that using recycled plate glass on the roof of your home could help you save money on your energy bill - and play a role in restoring and extending the life of your roof?.
PBS to Air New Weekly Television Series Dedicated to 'Building Green'
Building Green TV announced today
that its new weekly television series about creating beautiful homes and
buildings in harmony with the environment is set to air on PBS affiliate
stations across the country starting June 5, 2007.
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