Re: Shorter Shower Piping
2008-04-11 15:49:21 UTC
If you are building or renovating, you should also consider "home running" your hot water lines from a manifold adjacent the hot water heater instead of "daisy chaining" the hot water piping from bathroom to laundry to bathroom to kitchen. This will give you the shortest length of piping for hot water to pass thru and is common in many PEX plumbing installations.
Architect, LEED AP
HFS Capital Planning and Sustainability Manager
Green Office Guide Links
2007-12-12 19:43:47 UTC
Attached are some green office guide links for your consideration.
Architect LEED AP HFS
Capital Planning and Sustainability Manager
The Green Office Reference Guide - A Compilation of Online and Print Resources Housing & Food Services, 2007-2008 Calculators & Estimators 2 Green Office Guides 2 Multimedia Resources 3 Other Consumer'S Guides 3 Policies 3 Purchasing 4 Studies 5 Tips, Tricks, & Checklists 5 Calculators & Estimators
*Office Equipment - Government of South Australia [includes typical power consumption of laser and ink printers], http://www.sustainable.energy.sa.gov.au/pages/general/pdf/officeequipment_web.pdf
*Office Footprint Calculator - A joint project with TheGreenOffice.com, the Office Footprint Calculator promotes sustainability in the workplace, http://www.officefootprint.org/
Green Office Guides *The Green Office is an online retailer of recycled, environmentally friendly, and sustainable business products, school supplies, and paper, http://www.thegreenoffice.com/
*The Twin Cities Green Guide: Green Office -- by Ami Voeltz, The Twin Cities Green Guide, http://www.thegreenguide.org/print.php?cat=business&subcat=office
*Working 9 to 5 on Climate Change, An Office Guide, http://www.safeclimate.net/business/measuring/WRI_CO2Guide.pdf
*The Green Office, http://www.thegreenoffice.com
*Green Office Guide (New Zealand), http://www.greenoffice.org.nz/
*Green Office Guide (Oregon), http://www.portlandonline.com/shared/cfm/image.cfm?id=111253
*There are tons of excellent resources on this site, http://www.sustainableportland.org *"Green at Work" Guide (Pennsylvania), www.gggc.state.pa.us/gggc/lib/gggc/documents/greenatworkguide.pdf
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