Healthy refrigerant options with low Ozone Depleting Potential (ODP) and low Global Warming Potential (GWP) levels.
Cleaner air from reduced carbon emissions
Improved air quality reducing asthma, allergies, & sinus conditions.
Supports immune and cardiovascular systems & blood oxygenation
Resilient source of clean energy.
Lower energy bills
Less pollution in the atmosphere
Reduced demand for fossil fuels
Added insulation delivers greater thermal comfort to the buildings occupants.
Reduced energy use
Healthier endocrine and respiratory systems
Improved occupant wellness and productivity
Concrete is the largest source of embodied carbon in buildings, contributing upwards of 11% of global greenhouse gas emissions. This impact can be reduced with carbon infused mix designs.
Reduced concrete footprint
Reduced overall carbon footprint for the building
Lower impact to the environment
Toxins inside the building come from off gassing of materials referred to as VOCs.
Tools like the 3rd party verified Red List Free material certifications identify these toxins to improve indoor air quality.
Reduces toxins & carcinogens that can leach into your body and be permanently stored in fat cells.
Water conservation strategies like low-flow plumbing fixtures and rainwater storage strategies like cisterns.
Less energy used by the community to treat water
Lower water bills
Responsible stewardship of a finite shared resource
Buildings are environments, too.
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