Protect LEED Buildings, Green Jobs and Cost Savings in Ohio

February 26, 2014

Nadja Turek

Fifteen years ago, a high-performance “green” building was hard to define, and designing and constructing one was even more difficult. Green building rating systems have fueled market transformation by creating a common ...
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Honoring Our Veterans: The Carolina Field of Honor Project

November 11, 2013

Andrew Pack

Over the past 102 years, many of our employees have served this country through military service; we are proud of those men and women. We are also proud of the work we ...
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How to Impress an EPA Compliance Auditor: Do Your Own Audit First!

August 27, 2013

JP Johns

Have you ever received a letter that the EPA is “coming to a town near” you for an NPDES Permit Compliance Audit? If you have, you are familiar with that gut-wrenching thought: ...
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Asset Management: The Secret to Meeting Your EPA Requirements

August 13, 2013

Dave Feuer

If you’ve ever dealt with sanitary sewer overflows (SSO), which many municipalities have, then you are well aware of the cost associated with compliance and possible fines when a system is not ...
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The Earth is a (Geothermal) Battery!

May 24, 2013

Greg Monnig

Yes, the earth can literally charge and recharge energy, using it to heat and cool facilities via a thermal reservoir. The process of using the earth’s soil to store energy results in ...
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