The remodeling industry has a growing problem on its hands that must be addressed immediately.
The most popular planned clean-energy purchases in the next year are LED light bulbs (31 percent of homeowners), followed by smart thermostats double- or triple-pane windows, hybrid cars, and Energy-Star rated hot water heaters.
Data reveals vast majority of Americans support renewables, 73 percent open to receiving clean energy from a provider other than their utility.
Free webinar will address what works to meet consistent levels of performance?
Research reveals most owners of green homes would purchase another.
The program is backed by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) as part of their Green Certified Professional (GCP) program and is incorporate into the training.
Four members of Neil Kelly Company's design-build team have completed Earth Advantage’s first remodel certification training
Owens Corning reports achievement of seven environmental footprint goals
In its 2012 Sustainability Report, released Tuesday, Owens Corning announced that it has met all seven of its original 10-year environmental footprint goals, while improving safety for the 11th consecutive year. The report also revealed measurable progress toward the company’s 2020 sustainability goals.
A bill to reform the EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule was recently introduced in the U.S. Senate.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry applauds the re-introduction of S.484, the Lead Exposure Reduction Amendments Act of 2013, to amend the EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule.
The ruling is preliminary and would not take effect until later this year.
Survey shows they see environmental goals as important, but worry about getting products