High-Efficiency Toilets Combine Water Conservation and Improved Performance
New toilet standards ensure water savings does not come at the expense of a confident flush.
Product Review: Insulation
Insulation is inherently green for its energy-saving properties. Here's a look deeper to see how each type measures up on other eco factors.
Product Review: Energy-Efficient Lighting
A guide to energy-efficient illumination.
Product Review: Tankless Water Heaters
Offering up to 34% greater efficiency than traditional units, on-demand water heaters are becoming a green building staple.
Smart Steps to Water-Conserving Landscaping
Smart steps to water-conserving landscapes.
WaterSense Standards Bring Low-Flow Faucets, Showerheads to the Forefront
Water-conserving bath fixtures enter the mainstream as the EPA’s WaterSense standards take effect.
The first annual Green Product Awards spotlight 13 eco-friendly options for inside and outside the sustainable home.
These days, you can't swing a hammer without hitting a product marketing itself as "green." But while the sustainable building trend is one that's often as good for the bottom line as it is for environment, all this bandwagon-jumping can lead to greenwashing.
Certified Lumber Bodies Battle For Identity, Recognition
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