Editorial: The Rising Cost of Water
Using It and Flushing It
With a name nearly synonymous with sun, Spain has become one of the European Union’s top vacation destinations. The tourism industry has taken a liking to Spain’s fair-weather resources, but with ... [continue reading]
The Sustainable Sites Initiative takes green building standards outside. [continue reading]
We had to take the plunge, so to speak, so as not to have to plunge so much. [continue reading]
Global warming is a hot topic in today’s news. People are seeking ways to save energy and protect the environment. Reducing household energy consumption is one effective way to slow the trend toward ... [continue reading]
Most showerheads today use about 2.5 gallons per minute. We could switch to very low-flow showerheads that save lots of water and energy and still provide great showers. [continue reading]
Some pundits have suggested that the next international conflicts will not be over oil, but over water. Not long ago, an uproar was stirred in our area in the upper Midwest when it was discovered ... [continue reading]
On October 24, 2006, the EcoHouse, a demonstration green living home in Berkeley, California, gained approval for its constructed wetland and graywater hybrid system. The graywater system became the first to pass code in the state of ... [continue reading]
The California Energy Commission (CEC) has awarded Build It Green (BIG) a research grant to overcome key challenges to developing ...
My original post, “How On-Demand Pumps in New Residential Construction Can Pay for Themselves Via the New Home’...