Green Products - Product Reviews Ridgewood NY

Insulation is inherently green for its energy-saving properties. Here's a look deeper to see how each type of products in Ridgewood measures up on other eco factors.

Local Companies

30 West 26th Street, 5th floor
New York, NY
Materials for the Arts
33-00 Northern Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Long Island City, NY
Advanced Recovery Inc.
223 Verona Avenue
Newark, NJ
Robin Hood Foundation
826 Broadway 7th Floor
New York, NY
A 1 Quality Services
296 Park Avenue
Lyndhurst, NJ
Ametal Corp.
173 Lafayette Street
New York, NY
Tradeco International LLC
22 Charles St
Jersey, NJ
32 Court St. #901
Brooklyn, NY
10 Malcom Avenue
Teterboro, NJ
Summit Metals Recovery Corp.
One Exchange Place, St. 1000
Jersey City, NJ
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Product Reviews

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    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.

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    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.

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    Product Review: Energy-Efficient Lighting

    A guide to energy-efficient illumination.

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    Product Review: Tankless Water Heaters

    Offering up to 34% greater efficiency than traditional units, on-demand water heaters are becoming a green building staple.

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    Smart Steps to Water-Conserving Landscaping

    Smart steps to water-conserving landscapes.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Certified Lumber Bodies Battle For Identity, Recognition

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