Energy Star Awards, LEED Certifications and more: what are they and how can my business get one?

Energy Star Awards, LEED Certifications and more: what are they and how can my business get one?

Cenergistic, for example, is a Dallas-based company that specialized in implementing programs to support school districts, universities, churches and healthcare facilities to adopt new practices, equipment, and ultimately cut their carbon footprints as well as their energy costs. Cenergistic has been recognized by Energy Star and many of their completed projects have earned such awards (see more from Cenergistic on Youtube).

Leading the Way in Saving Energy for a Brighter Tomorrow

Leading the Way in Saving Energy for a Brighter Tomorrow

Saving energy is serious business and a big component of what it will take to ensure that we leave behind a bright and beautiful world for our children and generations to come. Cenergistic is one company working hard to help make it easy for businesses to save energy, save money, and protect our fragile environment. As an energy conservation company Cenergistic works closely with a variety of businesses in a variety of industries and helps them save money by cutting down on their energy costs. Cenergistic then takes its fee as a part of those savings making their services extremely cost efficient for their partners. In 2012 Cenergistic was awarded the Energy Start Partner of the Year award for Sustained Excellence. This was due to several accomplishments on behalf of Cenergistic including recruiting 130 new Energy Star partners as well as supporting 85 K-12 school districts. They also helped clients to save more than $349 million in energy expenditure in 2012 and a cumulative total of $3 billion in the past 25 years. They also helped provide millions of children with Energy Start communications materials in various client locations. Overall 2012 was an exceptional year for Cenergistic and they continue to move forward helping businesses save energy and protect the environment. In 2014 Cenergistic hatched a plan to help the citizens of Mobile Alabama by partnering with the local school board. According to Cenergistic projections their plan will allow the school system to save $75 million in energy costs over the next ten years. The school system will be keeping $60 million of that in accordance with Cenergistic policy....
Safely Removing Bed Bugs from your Home

Safely Removing Bed Bugs from your Home

Other bed bug managing methods include using steam in combination with environmentally friendly products, heat treatment and fumigation. Steam and heat treatment effectively kill bed bugs and their eggs as they cannot survive at high temperatures. Fumigation, which requires a more extensive planning, it is costly and left mostly as a last option in cases of very problematic infestation.

Recycle to Create a More Sustainable World

Recycle to Create a More Sustainable World

The benefits indicating why we should recycle polystyrene foam are clear; recycling polystyrene foam uses less energy and conserves more raw materials. In addition, once recycled, polystyrene foam can easily be repurposed into useful, products such as building insulation and other structural elements.

As Dwindling Monarch Butterflies Make Their Migration, Feds Try to Save Them

As Dwindling Monarch Butterflies Make Their Migration, Feds Try to Save Them

There’s been no such spectacle yet this year, but Garland and members of the project’s team, who take a census of the monarchs three times a day, are holding out hope. The popular orange-and-black insects will be drifting toward this peninsula for a few more weeks to fill up on nectar before riding the winds that will hoist them over the Delaware Bay and on toward Mexico.

Cosmic Rays Threaten Future Deep-Space Astronaut Missions

Cosmic Rays Threaten Future Deep-Space Astronaut Missions

Crewed missions to Mars remain an essential goal for NASA, but scientists are only now beginning to understand and characterize the radiation hazards that could make such ventures risky, concludes a new paper by University of New Hampshire scientists.

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