Category Archives: University Building Sustainability

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A Message from Your Director of Campus Facilities – Going “Photoluminescent” Green

Eco-friendly practices are making their way into every facet of commercial, higher education, and public use structures. As a Director of Campus Facilities, it is important to implement methods for reducing environmental impact. Numerous choices exist for adding green elements to existing buildings on your campus. Photoluminescent signing, symbols, and egress markings are an easy...

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Campus Sustainability and Photoluminescent Egress Signs

Numerous higher education learning facilities are putting a greater focus on campus sustainability in an effort to contribute to global resource preservation. A large variety of natural resources are applied to make the products consumers use today and will become non-existent if not conserved appropriately. These same products pose substantial harm to the environment due...

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University Building Sustainability and Photoluminescent Exit Signs

Sustainable or environmental design is gaining dedicated commitment among higher learning facilities desiring to create an eco-friendly campus atmosphere. The concept entails planning out structural or physical objects to meet society and economic needs while maintaining ecological resources for the use of later generations. Eliminating the total impact of resource use on the environment is...

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