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The Environmental Protection Agency is urging schools across the nation to replace their aging light fixtures due to possible chemical leaks.
Lawns have gotten a lot of bad press lately—and not undeservedly. They use a tremendous amount of water and gasoline, and they pollute streams and other water resources with herbicide- and pesticide-laced runoff. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you feel a shiver each time you open your utility bill, your house may be too cold. More likely, however, you're paying more than you should to heat it. In either case, you can make changes now that will make your home more comfortable and save you money.
The kitchen is the home’s work center and a top resource consumer. You can mitigate many of the kitchen’s environmental impacts—and provide a healthier environment for your household—by following these recommendations for the design, materials specification, construction process, and use of your kitchen.
DESIGN FOR REDUCED RESOURCE USE
Energy Grants and Energy Rebate programs are often mired in complexities of paperwork that deter prospective beneficiaries from even starting down the path. If you are a business owner, property owner, or property manager, that does not have time for a lot of paperwork, then this program may be for you.
LEDs (light emitting diodes) are a hot topic as they are an energy efficient alternative to fluorescent and traditional lighting. However, since the cost of the technology is still relatively high, many commercial property owners and managers are looking for every possible financial edge - from rebates to grants - to make the switch.
Question: Is there a drywall alternative that's safe for our new baby's nursery?We are having a baby this year, and the walls in our future nursery are in poor shape. Can you recommend a drywall alternative that is not just eco-friendly but also low in chemicals?
Question: We will be putting new windows in our 1948 Vero Beach, Florida home. Do we want double-paned or is single-pane okay? Also aluminum or vinyl-clad?
Question: I want to convert to solar energy. Where do I start?