Volume 1, Issue Number 8 October  10, 2005

The ENERGY STAR Challenge –Build a Better World 10% at a Time

The buildings in which we work, shop, and educate our children use about $80 billion worth of electricity and natural gas each year. These buildings use much of their energy at peak times, helping drive the need for new power generation and more natural gas*. They also contribute about 20% of our national emissions of greenhouse gases. It is time to make these buildings part of the energy efficiency solution – and help build a better world. EPA, in partnership with business and community leaders, is challenging building owners across the country to improve the efficiency of their buildings by 10% or more.

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Ruskin Air Measuring Solutions: Never Too Much Air. . .Never Too Little. . ALWAYS Just Right

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