A bill was signed into law recently requiring all building owners and managers to allow tenants and their employees to bring bicycles…
Green roofs are becoming a major urban trend as cities see the benefits of reduced stormwater runoff, lower summer energy bills, and…
Great Forest aims to help clients remain in compliance with regulations applicable to their facilities; as such, we keep our website updated…
Aug 2009 News roundup * Updates to the EPA Portfolio Manager The EPA has announced several changes to their Portfolio Manager tool,…
Earlier this year, the Department of Energy and top executives from 19 commercial real estate firms met in New York City to…
Q: Why Should We Worry About E-Waste? A: With the increasing speed of changing technology, electronic waste or e-waste–discarded computers, cell phones,…
July 2009 news roundup Historic Climate Change Bill Passes House In a historic vote on June 26th, the U.S. House of Representatives…
Among Great Forest’s LEED clients is the grand 77-year-old neo-classical building at 515 Madison Avenue. Following a $5 million reovation, the Newmark…
Q: Where do my recyclables go after I toss them in the recycling bin? A: Collecting recyclables at your home or office…
  Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined city officials in a groundbreaking ceremony on July 6 for the highly-anticipated Bushwick Inlet Park project in Brooklyn.…
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