High performing schools with quiet, properly ventilated classrooms and healthy air provide teachers and students the physical environments that promote learning. This white paper explores the effects of indoor environmental quality in schools and some of the solutions and technology being implemented to improve it.
Type: White Paper
Sponsor: Taco Comfort Solutions
Project Summary Once the largest water-using entity in the city of Austin, the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) has been implementing programs to reduce its water use for three decades.
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The Wilderness Preserve, an essential part of the Everglades ecosystem, was experiencing condenser leaks and frequent breakdowns with their five 20-yearold geothermal heat pumps. Symbiont Service Corp. of Englewood, FL replaced the old units with five new Bosch geothermal heat pumps.
Type: Case Study
Higher education taking lead in educating people about value of high-performance construction
Benefits, new financing options make solutions more popular in private sector
With 2018 upon us, this past year set the stage for further advancements in green and sustainable building
Princeton University experience 62 percent savings with new solutions
Although it is commonly known that poor indoor air quality can cause major health issues such as asthma and lung cancer, it is a less known fact that it can degrade productivity, the ability to concentrate, energy levels, and even mood.
An integrated daylighting approach to commercial spaces cuts energy costs and improves productivity.
Melink's Intelli-Hood being deployed in a variety of commercial spaces to clear smoke and vapors in a matter of moments.
AHR 2016 features several companies touting the benefits of fabric air distribution systems.
At the 2016 AHR Expo, 60,000 industry professionals and nearly 2,000 exhibitors reviewed the latest and best products in the heating, air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration industry.
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University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law features sustainable look.