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View Resource An Introduction to Green Building: Part 2: Environmental Sensitivity with Building Materials

Choosing "green" building materials is not a cut-and-dried process. There are many considerations ? sometimes conflicting. No project will be composed of a perfectly green set of materials and s...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #9, Whole System Design

This Brief introduces the powerful tool of whole system design within the context of the building envelope?introducing the synergies that exist between thermal mass, windows, and other components o...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #3, Space Cooling

Space cooling typically accounts for 13 percent of total energy use, costing homeowners an average $197 per year. A well-insulated and tightly sealed home that uses the natural movement of heat and...
View Resource Home Energy Brief #2, Lighting

There are many lighting designs and technologies available today that can not only meet all your lighting needs, but can do so using less electricity. This Brief details a few steps to make your home...
View Resource Technical Information & Safe Handling Guide for Methanol

Responsible Care® is a voluntary initiative of the international chemical industry, designed to foster continuous improvement in health, safety and environmental performance, as well as sensitivity ...
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