ASSA ABLOY announced the company’s latest GreenCircle Certifications and Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for architectural door accessories, which include the following Rockwood Products: locking pull LP3301; MegaTek pulls; MezzoTek pulls; GeoMetek pulls; BandWidth pulls; vandal resistant pull; offset pull and push bar; pull plates including 105x70C, 107x70C, and 111x70C; as well as ASSA ABLOY glass solutions products 4-in. square and tapered door rails, and the PDU8000-3 panic device.
All throughout the security industry, there's plenty of “green” activity to celebrate. Join SDM from now through Earth Day on April 22, 2016, as we work to highlight “green” efforts from around the industry in a special “green” April print edition of SDM and at www.SDMmag.com/Green.
At Alarm.com, we have more than 1 million homes signed on to our Connected Home platform, giving us plenty of insight about the power of connecting all the home’s critical devices together through a single technology platform.
Businesses that do not have a sustainability program in place may wonder where to start. Matthew Ladd, president and chief operating officer of The Protection Bureau, Exton, Pa., offers a few starting points for CEOs, presidents and owners of companies who are ready to begin or improve their journeys.
Home energy management options, lighting control, solar power (and much more) offers home owners sustainable, green options, which is the theme of this month’s smartHOME e-news in honor of Earth Month (April) and Earth Day (April 22, 2014).
iSecurity is free, virtual, easy to navigate, and fun! But did you know it’s also green? According to Travelfootprint.com, traveling via airplane may release between 240 and 350 grams CO2 per passenger-km.
The Green Biz breaks down recycling in multiple ways, including offering an action plan, warning of some of the “reality checks” you should know when starting a program, and offers other great resources.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the major greenhouse (GH) gases are carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and fluorinated gases. These gases are credited with heating the atmosphere and depleting the ozone layer.