Across the nation, county governments are using a wide-range of soy biobased products as they implement far-reaching sustainability and greening initiatives.
State & Local
The University of Northern Michigan’s Golf Course (GC-NMU) is pursuing twin goals: financial as well as environmental sustainability.
Mother Nature’s record 2008 floods wreaked havoc on an Eastern Iowa Nature Center. Today, the building is better insulated than ever thanks to spray foam insulation that uses naturally renewable soy
In 18 months, the state of Ohio went from an idea to actual implementation of the nation’s most comprehensive state biobased procurement program. Here’s how.
To put a stop to roof leaks, Wilmington, Del. Bayard Middle School developed and managed roof replacements using soy-based roof coatings.
Wilmington, Delaware Housing Authority (WHA) Executive Director Frederick S. Purnell, Sr. saw an opportunity to provide energy efficiency and environmental benefits to tenants.
Lake County, Illinois is using a soy-based sealant and preservation agent to prolong the life of one its most heavily used bike paths.
Many federal, state and local governments as well as private citizens want to make their buildings more energy efficient.
As with weatherization and energy efficiency efforts, numerous soy-biobased products are effective and proven in road construction projects as well.
Ross King says that the “ACCG not only talks the talk, but it walks the walk”, and their recent installation of soy-based carpeting is just one of many examples.