Explain to Board Why Environmental Initiative Is a Must
If you manage a condominium building that’s out of date environmentally, you should consider getting behind a green initiative. You could push for the building to become LEED certified. It’s possible to bring older condominiums up to date environmentally, but you’ll have to sell this idea to the board. Explaining LEED to them is important, but you’ll have to get up to speed on it first. Here’s what you need to know.
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