Even Service Centers Can Get Greener

April 2009
Metal Center News;Apr2009, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p19
Trade Publication
The article reports on the completion of Olympic Steel Inc.'s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified office building in Winder, Georgia. Michael D. Siegal, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Olympic Steel, reveals that there is additional costs for the building to be certified with LEED, however, the long-term benefit of the certification is worth it. The company is also planning to put solar panels on its next building project to help defray some costs.


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