WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill partnership, a voluntary program designed to help retailers reduced refrigerant charge and leaks, will explore the use of the Green Globes building rating system in a webinar on Feb. 28.
Green Globes’s rating system introduced in 2004, us run by the non-profit Green Building Initiative (GBI), Portland, Ore., is an alternative to the more widely adopted LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental ...
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