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GreenTech offers expertise in collaborative design and system analysis that allows us to evaluate and apply the most appropriate collection of individual sustainable technologies to a particular project design.


Water conserving fixtures

are faucets, toilets, showers and waterless urinals that use less water than conventional fixtures.

Living Machines®

are ecologically engineered natural on-site wastewater treatment systems.

Photovoltaic panels
produce electricity from sunlight.

Whole-building energy analysis
uses Department of Energy software called DOE-2 to compare various HVAC, lighting and building envelope alternates to a baseline.

Geothermal heat pumps
use energy from a heat exchanger in the ground for heating and cooling.

Solar hot water systems

use sunlight to heat domestic water.

Rainwater systems
collect the rain from building roofs for use on-site.

Biomass
uses agricultural crops, landfills or other biological material as solid, liquid or gas fuels for the production of heat or electric power.

Micro wind turbines,
no bigger than a satellite dish, can be mounted on the roof and link to the grid via a two-way gate and meter.

Fuel cells
convert hydrogen and oxygen into water, and in the process produce electricity.

Daylighting
is building, glazing and lighting design that optimizes natural lighting for a building without overheating it.

Green roofs
are shallow covers of living plants growing in light-weight media on top of conventional roofs. They control stormwater runoff while cooling and cleaning the air.
 
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