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20 Sep

Green is More than Just a Color…

At Coastal Enterprises, green is more than just a color. It’s a vigorous nod toward Earth’s future. As part of an ongoing commitment to environmental health, Precision Board Plus HDU is formulated with eco-friendly, “Green” urethane components, making it Certified Green and Non-Toxic. Because of this formulation, Precision Board has achieved a certified “Carbon Balance”..

10 Dec

Precision Board HDU: Meeting Green Signage Standards

  • December 10, 2013
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Did you know that because Precision Board Plus is certified green, and assists in meeting LEED requirements for obtaining USGBC and ICC 700-2008 building credits? Today’s architects and business/housing planners place a strong focus on the environmental impact, sustainability and energy-efficiency of their designs. These design changes mean material suppliers must constantly be ever-evolving to..

03 May

Industry Forecast: A Spike In Green Signage

  • May 3, 2013
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Recently, sign shops have been increasingly interested in the Certified Green aspect of Precision Board Plus HDU. Essentially what we have been hearing is that more and more of their customers are wanting to know what exactly their “green options” are when choosing their sign. We see this as an indicator of the change coming..

24 Jul

GSA To Review LEED As Government Standard

  • July 24, 2012
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A new coalition has been formed to battle strict LEED regulations against the use of certain materials. You may remember our previous blog about LEED’s: LEED Certification: Why It’s Important, and how it is becoming the standard for hundreds of new government and city buildings worldwide. Recently, 27 building and construction associations formed the American..

15 Feb

LEED Certification – Why It’s Important

  • February 15, 2012
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Many of you are probably already familiar with LEED certification, but for those who aren’t we want to share some insight into exactly what it is, and how to achieve it. LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a certification developed by the U.S. Green Building Council in 2000, and is aimed at..