Calgary Real Estate Board BOMA 'Go Green' certified

    CALGARY, Sept. 15 /CNW/ - The Calgary Real Estate Board is proud to be
'Go Green' certified by BOMA as part of their national environmental and
certification program.
    As a participant in this important national environmental initiative,
commercial buildings have the opportunity to be recognized as leaders in
environmental stewardship.
    It is the hope that the BOMA 'Go Green' program and its participants,
will lead to the promotion of healthier workplaces and sustainable building
development and management practices.
    Designed for buildings of all sizes, BOMA 'Go Green' touches on all
aspects of building management and operation, including:

    -   Resource Consumption
    -   Waste Reduction & Recycling
    -   Building Materials
    -   Interior Environment
    -   Tenant Awareness

    "I am so pleased to announce that our CREB(R) building has been certified
'Go Green'! As an organization and as an industry, we recognize how important
and valuable environmental stewardship is, and we are proud to lead by
example," said Calgary Real Estate Board President, Ed Jensen.
    "We've been working on green initiatives for some time now," said Ron
Esch, Executive Vice President of CREB(R). "Our Board has made this a
priority, with the support of our Members, we are delighted to have been
recognized by the BOMA program," Esch concluded.

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