Sustainability through Innovation- The Shaw Green Edge: An Overview of Shaw Industries long commitment to sustainability and innovation. Focus on key environmental initiatives that include “Cradle to Cradle” product design, closed loop carpet recycling, a PET bottle recycling operation in Fayetteville, NC and ground breaking achievements involving the use of post consumer carpet as an alternative energy source.
Energy Programs: Look at energy programs in the context of “user” perspective (not utility suppliers), but considering all the changes being seen in the energy supplier market and the impact on the Petrochemical Companies.
Introductory Bio Paul has been a team member of US LED since 2003. During his… Read more »
Introductory Bio Thomas is a multi-disciplined environmental professional with over 35 years of experience specializing… Read more »
Introductory Bio Doug is a Vice President with Roy Jorgensen Associates managing daily operations and… Read more »
Introductory Bio Mr. Hale is a 1991 Graduate of Indiana University. Mr. Hale is recognized… Read more »
Introductory Bio Roger Richmond-Smith is founder of the Smardt Chiller Group, Co-Founder of Turbocor(1993) and… Read more »
Introductory Bio Mike has a broad background in business management and project development and implementation…. Read more »
Introductory Bio Kim Saylors-Laster has over 15 years experience in the commercial real estate, corporate… Read more »
Introductory Bio Janey is responsible for the Buildings Division Systems Integration business for the West… Read more »
Introductory Bio Bob is Director of Energy and Industrial Facilities for H-E-B Grocery in San… Read more »
Introductory Bio Priddy has over 25 years experience in the energy industry, serving in a… Read more »
Introductory Bio Cameron Veitch has been working in the energy efficiency field for over 15… Read more »
The Architect of the Capitol has embraced the principles of sustainable design in the ongoing planning, building, maintenance, and operations of the facilities and grounds at the United States Capitol. Our organization has a unique challenge in that our facilities range from about 2 to more than 200 years old. One of our biggest challenges is preserving the historic elements of our buildings, while at the same time making them as energy efficient as possible. We must look for innovative and non-intrusive ways to adapt energy savings measures into existing, historic buildings.
Introductory Bio Ed is Vice President of Dome-Tech, Inc., holding this position since 2008. Before… Read more »
Introductory Bio John Schulz is a Senior Manager on AT&T’s Energy Team. John is responsible… Read more »
Introductory Bio Spending the past three decades leading Energy Management Systems Inc., Dave Riggle is… Read more »
Introductory Bio Harry has a passion for improving efficiency at existing facilities. At Cypress Envirosystems,… Read more »
Introductory Bio Mike Molnar is the Director of Environmental Policy and Sustainable Development for Cummins… Read more »
Introductory Bio Dikmen graduated from Missouri State University in 1995 earning a Bachelor of Science… Read more »
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