Did you know that the common air in the average American home is five times more toxic than the pollution found in our major cities?
I didn’t…until Kevin Contreras, the host of Building Green, shared that information.
Awhile ago I wrote a post about Building Green TV, a new weekly show airing on PBS television series about building using “green” techniques and materials. Since then I’ve exchanged a few e-mails with Max Mead, Chief Operating Officer of Building Green TV and have only great things to say about their efforts in spreading the “green” word and elevating the awareness for home owners, developers and real estate shoppers.
Max alerted me the morning of their press release announcing a strategic partnership with RCLCO (Robert Charles Lesser & Co.) to raise awareness to important environmentally-friendly building trends. Part of the new partnership will include facts about the green building market that will serve as content for Building Green.
It’s really exciting to see this new partnership form, not only will it improve awareness but also share some great valuable information with their viewers.
Interested in seeing their show? Check your local PBS listing for show times.
Check out Building Green’s promo…