29th June, 2012 - Posted by Jeffrey S. Weil, MCR.h, SIOR - No Comments
are responsible for 35 percent less carbon dioxide emissions than typical buildings. Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago and San Francisco were at the top of the EPA honor roll of the U.S. metropolitan areas with the most ENERGY STAR-certified buildings in 2011.
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Posted on: June 29, 2012