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German and international top brands at the 2009 ISH
2009 is the year of ISH. From 10 to 14 March in Frankfurt am Main, approximately 2,400 manufacturers, more than half of them from out-side Germany, will present the world’s largest exhibition for bathroom design, building, energy and air-conditioning technology and renew-able energies. The exhibition grounds with their over 250,000 square metres of gro ... (more)

Freedom Of Creation: new standards in sustainable design at IMM Cologne 2009
Freedom Of Creation (FOC), on the heels of success generated for ‘Riot’ during the London design festival, demonstrates the complex microcosm of sustainable innovation in ‘Riot’ for the Cologne IMM design fair.  First shown in the Fall of 2008, ‘Riot’ lamp designed by Janne Kyttanen has lived up to its name, generatin ... (more)

Helmer Risk Selected by Minnesota-Based Alternative Energy Co.
Citing Scott Helmer's energy industry expertise, his Midwestern roots and the value-added services his company Helmer Risk Management, LLC ( can provide, Minnesota-based Greenbelt Resources Corporation (http://www.greenbeltresources. (more)

Two million Britons flick the switch on energy efficiency - taking 20 000 cars off the road
2007 saw a lot of discussion on climate change - but what exactly did we achieve? Cool nrg has proved that through ingenuity and sheer determination we can all be a part of delivering change. The Great British Light Switch saw the UK population make a major commitment to act on climate change and proved that by making action easy and accessible to all we can ... (more)

Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign
Set in the context of the European Union’s commitment to change the landscape of energy in Europe, the Sustainable Energy Europe Campaign is a communication platform which will contribute to the achievement of EU energy policy goals and targets in the fields o ... (more)

Start The New Year With Water Damage Do's and Don'ts
To help consumers prepare for storms in the new year, Water Damage Team has composed a list of water damage and extraction do’s and don’ts.To begin the new year the Water Damage Team has compiled the following list of Water Damage Restoration and Water Extraction Do’s and Don’ts, which is also available on the company’s website. The list features tips and ad ... (more)

Steel Building blog launched by City Steel Buildings
City Steel Buildings is an online steel building portal that links together Steel Building users and Steel Building providers and manufacturers. Useful information about the Steel Building Industry is also furnished in the form of informative articles, tips and steel building blog. Press Release Body: City Steel Buildings recently announced the addition of ... (more)

Otis Wins Record Order for Its 'Green' Technology Elevator System
Otis Elevator Company will supply and install 580 of its environmentally friendly, energy-efficient and space-optimizing Gen2 Comfort elevator systems at Tres Molinos, a luxury resort in the Murcia region of southeast Spain. This win marks the largest single Gen2 elevator order in Otis history. "This award-winning system is Otis' fastest-selling product," ... (more)

UPM's New 'Green' Building Material Creates Buzz at Design Miami
UPM ProFi, an innovative, environmentally appealing wood/plastic composite, stood the test of hundreds of stiletto heels and dozens of active children at the opening of Design Miami yesterday. The new product, primarily used as decking, has been gaining popularity in Europe as an attractive, "green" building material, and it is now being introduced to North ... (more)

Dubai to Host International Conference on Coastal Engineering in February 2008
The city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates will host in February 2008 an international conference on coastal engineering that will bring together over 1000 marine engineers and scientists from around the world to exchange know-how and experience. (more)

ECOS Japan Consult - German Eco Housing Initiative
Ecological and health aspects have become more and more important for Japanese architects, prefab house makers, general contractors ,and house owners. The reason is the shortage of ressources, the need to decrease CO2 emissions on the one hand and the so-called „sick house syndrom“ on the other hand. The Japanese government has reacted with subsidy programs ... (more)