Here's a look back at the Top 10 news items for 2016, ranked in ascending order of popularity.
With residential building in New York City undergoing a bit of a boom, some developers are seeing the value of offering green and sustainably designed housing.
The holiday contributes to an annual increase in energy use due to a usual drop in temperatures, lights staying on longer, and appliances operating more frequently.
New residential building codes in Ontario mandate a 15 percent increase in energy performance, including the use of a vertical drain water heat recovery system.
By meeting Built Green’s rigorous green standards, Lakeview exceeds the already high Washington State energy code by more than 50%.
Like high-efficiency lights, high-efficiency plumbing fixtures can help reduce water use, regardless of the bad habits of the people living in the home.
Separate fact from fiction around five popular home energy myths that just don’t add up.
Americans want what intelligent toilets and cleansing seats have to offer, but they remain uncommon in the United States.
The Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is the Super Bowl of the high performance building world, and everyone brings their A game.
Of the 647,800 single-family homes build in the United States in 2014, less than 1 percent met LEED standards.
Regardless of whether a building has a tank or tankless water heater, the water in the lines between the water heater and the fixture loses heat
This new display brings to life visually the technological ingenuity of TOTO’s feature products.
Homeowners are investing in luxurious features in their upgraded master bathrooms to create spaces worth lingering in.
73% of Americans have never had their water tested for impurities.
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Homebuilders and owners literally around the world are interested in saving water and energy through on-demand water pumps.
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