Valley Village, CA – November 27, 2013 - Treeium Eco Home Remodeling, announced today that it has received the Green Building Professional Certification by the Build It Green organization.
Build It Green is a nonprofit established in 2005. The organization’s mission is to promote healthy, energy- and resource-efficient building practices in California through outreach and education on both the local and state level.
The Certified Green Building Professional (CGBP) program focuses on the principles of green building and the systems approach to the design, construction and operation of residential buildings. The program also works with building and real estate professionals to increase the awareness and adoption of green building practices.
"We are happy to have received Build It Green’s Green Building Professional Certification,” said Meir Barzilai, Vice President of the Commercial Division. “Here at Treeium we're continuously working to develop our eco-friendly initiatives and are committed to exploring and implementing innovative environmental practices that will help create a healthier more sustainable world.”
About Treeium Eco Home Remodeling, Inc. Treeium is a general contracting company with over 23 years of experience and offices located all throughout California, which specializes in green home remodeling. We believe that change starts from the inside out, and that the home is a great place to start. For every need there is a green solution and this is why we offer remodeling services that help our customers create their dream homes in an efficient, sustainable, healthy way for both their families and the planet. www.treeium.com
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About Build It Green Established in 2005 in the San Francisco Bay Area, Build It Green (builditgreen.org) is a non-profit membership organization with the mission to promote healthy, energy- and resource-efficient residential building practices in California and beyond. Build It Green’s programs offer a comprehensive package of state-level advocacy, local government support, professional training, collaboration forums, consumer education, and green product promotion. Three objectives guide this work: 1) partnering with local and regional governments to establish credible, accessible and consistent green public policies and guidelines that drive private sector innovation; 2) increasing the supply of green homes (including new, existing, single, and multi-family buildings) by providing training and certification programs to broaden professional expertise in the green building realm; and 3) increasing awareness and stimulating consumer demand for green homes through use of the GreenPoint Rated system as a trusted and recognized consumer label for green homes.
Posted November 26, 2013
by Gabriel Posternak.