Surveying the Greenscape
In “Logjams and energy jams—opportunities in disguise,” Editor Kate
Bachman says that the looming energy crisis is an opportunity for manufacturers to look at clean alternatives to power their operations and facilities.
Readers like “Thermoformer chases ‘chasing arrows’ recycling symbol”;
another thinks Green Manufacturer is striking a good balance between
informative and technical writing.
DHL deploys 30 battery-powered electric vans and 50 hybrid trucks; Caterpillar to manufacture wind turbines for Denmark-based Vestas; Trojan
Battery and Palladium Energy form alliance.
Fabrication manufacturer improves energy efficiency, air quality with air
curtains; printer sees the light while saving energy.
Green on the Hill
Columnist Stephen Barlas writes that the EPA is considering collecting
data and tracking industrial waste for a report; the DOE approved ASHRAE
90.1-2010 as the national standard.
Understanding LEED® certification
The USGBC’s Jennifer Easton delves into Existing Buildings: Operations
and Maintenance, Part IV—Materials and Resources.
Consultants & Contractors Directory
View an overview of ecosavvy contractors, architects, software companies, associations, and organizations.
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