A new rule adds more focus to proper wood production and treatment.
The USGBC recently emphasized the importance of LEED credit knowledge.
One Bloomberg art project shows some possible examples of using old materials to make new furniture.
Choosing only the furniture you need can help reduce waste, according to CalRecycle.
QOL is sending two representatives to the NEOCON show in Illinois this June.
A new LEED report confirms the growing impact of the standard on industrial spaces.
LEED status can apply to more than one building in some circumstances.
Liquidation may help avoid landfill waste right before a major move.
During liquidation, proper timing makes a difference.
Green, LEED-certified facilities stand to boost manufacturing efficiency.
Purchasing new pieces from the office furniture capital of the world comes with an environmental cost for San Francisco businesses.
Some companies are interested in offices that move work completely outside.
The USGBC wants to take a stand against illegal wood harvesting.
QOL helped BlueShield in San Francisco move its used furniture.