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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : September/October 2006

Cover Story

When Trash Becomes Treasure
Waste Management is utilizing methane gas to power one Quebec paper mill—and its environmental initiatives don't stop there.

byLiz Johnson

Sept/Oct 2006

Between Blue and Yellow
A positive outlook for green@work

Actions and initiatives worth noting

Industry News: Taking the LEED
SMU becomes the first university in Texas to boast a Gold-level LEED-certified building.
special to green@work.

Energy: Wind Power: Texas vs. California
While both states lead the country in this renewable energy, Texas is edging out the competition.
by Peter Asmus

Industry News: Recycling Tecnologies
While modern innovations such as computers and mobile phones are arriving faster than people can buy them, the products of yesterday are building up to create environmental problems.
by Jeff Orloff

Energy: Back to Basics
Research is under way to determine how the United States can reduce its dependency on foreign oil, and increase the use of biomass as an energy source.
by Dennis Walsh

Marketing: Green Printing 101
To move your company's printing in a more environmentally conscious direction, there are a few things you need to know.
by Holly Bornstein

Frontlines: A Clear Solution
Composed of abundant natural materials, glass is one of the most sustainable packaging products in the world.
by Steve McCracken

Case Study: Reducing the Load
Shaw Industries is blazing green trails, making plans to open a
facility designed to increase the recycling of used carpet and decrease the landfill burden.
special to green@work

Building: Contributing & Educating
Sustainable designs in higher education buildings help attract
and retain students.
by Kyle Taft, AIA, LEED AP

Investments: Fighting for Socially Responsible Retirement
A 2005 survey finds almost all EPA employees want SRI options, while a bill adding such a thing has languished for two years in committee.
byWilliam Baue

Happenings on the environmental front.

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