Saving Trees with Color Coding

December 2013
Green Builder Magazine;Dec2013, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p5
Trade Publication
The article offers inforamtion on a study which suggests that about 8,000 pounds of waste ends up in landfills from a 2,000-square-foot single-family home and the importance of the Color Plan system in addressing the problem.


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