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Do Solar Panels Work on Commercial Buildings?

Switching to solar energy for your commercial space is not just a very wise but a very financially viable decision—both in the short and long run. Continue Reading

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Benefits to LEED-Certified Commercial Space

There are a number of ways your business can benefit from choosing to go green! You’d be surprised to know that there is a lot more to going green than just reducing your dependency on paper. Investing in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design or LEED building design is one of the ways you can do that. Continue Reading

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Food and Beverage Wastewater Treatment—Here’s How It’s Done

When different food and beverage companies process and manufacture products, they use a substantial amount of water, which ultimately results in the release of high organic-strength wastewater from those products. Continue Reading

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Sustainable Building: The Benefits of Early-Stage Consultation

The advents in technology have redefined the modern building and construction industry. Early-stage consultation through experts has proven to be a valuable tool used in existing buildings and new constructions to make informed decisions. Building Energy Modeling (BEM) solutions also play a significant role in the energy sector, helping builders and contractors minimize carbon footprint, ensure compliance, and achieve green building certification. Continue Reading

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The Transition to Clean Energy: Fact Sheet

The United States has seen significant improvement in air quality in the past few decades, owing to the adoption of eco-friendly practices and the transition to clean energy.  However, many Americans in large cities’ Downtowns are still breathing polluted air, and the climate crisis is looming around our heads. Burning fossil fuels result in toxic air pollution and releases harmful gases, serving as the driving factor leading to climate change. Continue Reading

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NYC Buildings Are Becoming More Energy-Efficient

The urgency to combat the challenges of climate change and environmental deterioration has increased every country’s need for sustainable design solutions, legislations, and policies. While many administrations are stepping on a path to sustainability, New York City has been an evident leader in green energy policies and practical implementation. Continue Reading

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Achieving a Global Clean Energy Economy—Is it Possible? If so, How?

In October 2018, the United Nations reported that we have 12 years to limit the instances of climate change catastrophes worldwide. It stressed upon the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 80% by 2050. Continue Reading

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The Key Steps to Creating a Good Estate Plan

Any person who is a legal owner of a property is urged to create an estate plan. Its purpose is to distribute the deceased person’s assets to the stated beneficiaries after their death.  Continue Reading

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Sustainability in Low-Income Neighborhoods at a Glance

Studies show that air pollution contains more hazardous ingredients in low-income communities than in affluent ones. Moreover, many low-income communities are located on contaminated land such as brownfields and are more likely to be exposed to hazardous chemicals. The primary sources of pollution in these areas can be traced to organizations to factory combustibles in vicinities that constitute a significant cause of air pollution. Continue Reading

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