Green Federal Buildings are a Financial Saving As Well

Date: 30 November 2011
Source: http://greenbuildingelements.com
Construct a green building that emits less carbon dioxide and uses less water and energy, but if it doesn’t operate as needed then your money is just going to go down the drain.

That’s why a new report that shows sustainably designed federal buildings cost 19% less to maintain is such good news.

The report, commissioned by the Government Services Administration (GSA) and conducted by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, looked at 22 “green” federal buildings across the United States and was released on Thursday.

Read more: greenbuildingelements.com/2011/11/20/green-federal-buildings-are-a-financial-saving-as-well/

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