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Sustainability and Embodied Energy

  • 22 Sep 2010
  • 7:00 AM - 8:45 AM
  • Saxe Room, Worcester Public Library

Wednesday, September 22, 7:00-8:45
SUSTAINABILITY AND EMBODIED ENERGY:  Philosophy and Practicality

Two presentations in one evening: Learn why preserving old buildings and old windows helps us save energy and is good for the Earth, too.

• Why Preservation is Green: An Illustrated Talk
Find out why old buildings are inherently “green” and why sustainability and historic preservation work hand in hand.

Speaker:  Navneet Anand, AAIA, LEED, AP

• Green Preservation at Work:  Tightening Up Your Old Wood Windows
See a live demonstration with tips on how to tighten up your windows for winter.   Learn how simple repairs to old wood windows can help keep the heat in, while keeping good, reusable, old wood windows out of the landfill.
Instructor:  Jim Marcotte, Crown Hill Restorations

Location:    Saxe Room, Worcester Public Library, Salem Square, Worcester

Parking:     Park in the public parking lot behind the library, enter lot from Salem Street

Questions? Contact Eric White at ewhite@architects.org.

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