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Inside New York City’s $1 Billion Leaking Water Infrastructure Repair

Inside New York City’s $1 Billion Leaking Water Infrastructure Repair

In-depth look: The world’s longest tunnel needs a $1.2 billion fix. Find out how New York City is working to repair the Delaware Aqueduct, which supplies approximately half the city’s drinking water.

Toyota Water Conservation Efforts Include Contest Sponsorship across 4,800 Cities

Toyota Water Conservation Efforts Include Contest Sponsorship across 4,800 Cities

Toyota, through a partnership with the Wyland Foundation, is attempting to raise awareness of the importance of clean water and watershed health across the country with the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. The campaign, led by mayors of 4,800 US cities, rewards residents who pledge to make water conservation efforts with a chance to win

World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

Banfield Pet Hospital, the world’s largest general veterinary practice, reduced its carbon footprint, cut waste, and saved on hospital costs in 2017, according to their newly published CSR report.

Stadiums Increase Water Conservation Efforts

As many parts of the US deal with water shortages, stadium and arena operators are using a number of different methods to increase their water conservation measures, according to the New York Times. In some areas, local utilities are helping. Stadium Management Company, which runs Sports Authority Field at Mile … Read more »

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KB Home, Eden Housing Among Green Building Award Winners

KB Home has the highest volume of GreenPoint Rated projects — more than 1,000 in the pipeline, 600 of which are slated for 2014 — and for this has won Community Builder of the Year, one of seven GreenPoint Rated awards for 2013. The nonprofit Build It Green says it … Read more »

Drought Risk Threatens Crops

Drought Risk Threatens Crops

The plains and the western US are still in the worst drought in more than 50 years, but this year’s corn, soybean and wheat harvest will be better than the summer of 2012, Reuters reports. A senior agricultural meteorologist for MDA Weather Services told a weather conference in Chicago the … Read more »

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Toyota, Wyland Foundation Launch Water Challenge

Toyota and the Wyland Foundation have launched the second annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. The challenge runs throughout Earth Month, until April 30, and asks participants to show their commitment to conserving natural resources by taking an online pledge. In last year’s challenge, participants from 1,000 cities in … Read more »

Regency Centers Ups Annual Energy Savings 75%, Triples Recycled Materials

Regency Centers, a grocery-anchored shopping center chain, has increased its annual energy savings by 75 percent, achieved LEED certification for three projects and tripled the amount of construction and demolition material recycled in 2012. These sustainability improvements are part of the company’s commitment to reduce the environmental impact of developing … Read more »

Ford Slashes Water Use 8.5%

Ford Slashes Water Use 8.5%

Ford reduced the average amount of water used to make each vehicle by 8.5 percent between 2011 and 2012, putting the company more than halfway toward its goal of using an average of 4 cubic meters per vehicle globally by 2015. The automaker says it has achieved these water savings … Read more »

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