U.S. Postal Service goes for the green

07/26/2010 | GreenerBuildings

A 2.5-acre green roof atop the Morgan mail-processing facility in New York City has cut energy consumption by 40% and reduces storm-water runoff in the summer by 75% and in the winter by 40%. In all, the U.S. Postal Service is already two-thirds toward its 2015 goal of decreasing energy use by 30%.

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