Green Building

ITB is showcasing the growing green building movement, highlighting environmentally responsible practices from planning to design, construction, maintenance and renovation. Our mission is to show how integrating efficient technologies and minimizing waste can reduce the overall impact of the built environment on the natural world and protect human health.

Building a Cleaner Tomorrow, Today

Industries are taking decisive steps to help reach a net-zero 2050, and we’re seeing a collective effort to decarbonize the planet, make greater use of renewable energy resources and ensure our world is greener and safer for future generations. One company has taken the 2050 goal front and center. Meet global giant Babcock & Wilcox, […]

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Engineered Water Solutions for People and the Planet

It was bound to happen: two world-class companies with leading-edge core product strengths, and a commitment to excellence. A legacy with a combined history unequaled in water-centric products has merged — Zurn and Elkay have become one. And with the July 2022 merger comes an even greater manufacturing capacity of combined strengths and expertise, destined to […]

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Smart Solar for a More Sustainable Future

The quest to reach a net zero by 2050 is a goal companies across the planet are taking seriously — but none more so than one key solar energy manufacturer whose participation in reaching this goal is unrivaled in the world of attaining a carbon-free energy baseline. Meet Trina Solar, a company specializing in photovoltaic […]

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Carbon-Neutral, Heat2O Hot Water Heaters for Large-Scale Hot Water Use

Inside the Blueprint visits New Haven, Connecticut’s Hotel Marcel – the nation’s first net-zero hotel. We’re here to discover who the environmental leaders are. Mitsubishi Electric’s Heat2O™ all-electric, cold-climate Heat Pump Water Heater is reducing North America’s carbon footprint. Designed to lessen environmental impact of high-volume Domestic Hot Water (DHW) by using CO2 refrigerant – […]

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