Steelscape introduces Sustainability Technical Bulletin on green building programs

SteelscapeSteelscape Inc. has made a long-term commitment to continually improve its environmental footprint and the sustainability of its products and services. In support of this company-wide commitment, Steelscape has developed “Sustainability Technical Bulletins” relating to sustainability issues that directly or indirectly impact the steel value chain. The goal of these Sustainability Technical Bulletins is to inform and educate the market, based on the latest available and verifiable information, regarding aspects of environmentally focused construction.

The third Sustainability Technical Bulletin offered by Steelscape, technical bulletin #3, focuses on Voluntary Green Building and Product Programs. “Green” building practices have become a main-stay within the construction industry. These various programs represent efforts at the federal, state and/or local level to insure building construction (or in some cases remodeling) takes into account the environmental and health aspects of the project. Technical Bulletin #3 focuses specifically on the following:

  •  USGBC’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design;
  •  Green Globes;
  •  Cool Roof Rating Council; and
  •  Energy Star

To learn more about Steelscape’s Sustainability Technical Bulletin #3, “Voluntary Green Building and Product Programs,”  contact Renee Ramey, Steelscape’s Marketing Manager, at renee.ramey@steelscape.com.

Steelscape Inc. makes metallic coated and painted steel sheet at its facilities in Kalama, Wash., Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and Fairfield, Ala. The company’s products are primarily used in the construction industry.

 

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