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Auto Industry Leading Economic Recov...

The auto industry finished 2013 with more sales, more jobs and big expansion plans, solidifying its key role in the economic recovery. It was the industry’s best year since 2007. The Great Recession drove...

Putting Foam Myths to Rest

Foam is non-toxic. There have been several false accusations of foam having carcinogenic properties, especially in light of proposed banning, such as the Vermont foam ban (http://newengland.gofoam.org/). Yet there is no scientific evidence that classifies styrene as a human carcinogen.

Cenergistic and its Fair Services

Cenergistic, formerly known as Energy Education, Inc., ensures that their clients are not only saving money on the energy they use. They also take measures to ensure that the savings are long-term. Cenergistic...

Types of Termites & How to Mana...

One of the most common and destructive termite is known as the Subterranean termite. These annoying pests feed on the wood of a building while striking wooden floors, furnishings, window frames, doors, wall paneling and much more. To identify this kind of termite damage, check for wood that looks like brown soil has collected on it.

Sustainable Living in the Cayman Isl...

The US Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Homes International programme has authorized GreenTech to certify private residences in the Cayman Islands. In addition, the services offered by GreenTech are not exclusive to homeowners. Those who own businesses or are in charge of managing large facilities have the same opportunities for energy savings as individuals.

The Top 10 Green Cities in the U.S.

The city of microbrewery mania and home to megastore Powell's Books — one of the few remaining independent booksellers in the country — is No. 1 in sustainability. Declared the most bikeable city in the United States for its 200 miles of dedicated bike lanes, Portlandcertainly makes forgoing gas-powered travel easy. And for lessons in DIY sustainable food sources, classes are available for container gardening and cheese making, or beekeeping and chicken keeping.

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