BRAE Rainwater Technologies 550 East 5th Street Oakboro, NC 28129 800-772-1958
BRAE is a leading provider of customized rainwater harvest- ing systems and technologies. BRAE systems can collect from 20 to 20,000 gallons (and higher) of reusable rainwater that can be used for any non-potable application. Let us be an integral part of your sustainability efforts by conserving water, saving money and helping your business achieve green building LEED credits.
Busch Systems International Inc 343 Saunders Rd Barrie, ON L4N9A3 Canada 800-565-9931
Busch Systems International Inc. is a global leader in recycling and waste container design and manufacturing. For over 25 years, our innovative products have revolutionized the marketplace with unique, customized bins that maximize participation rates without sacrificing durability, function, economy and style. Busch Systems effectively brings to market an always expanding line of products and now manufacturers and distributes millions of recycling / waste containers and systems worldwide. Now, more than ever, Busch Systems products are becoming the solutions of choice for Municipal/ Residential Applica- tions, Educational Settings, Government Facilities, Health- care Services, Janitorial, Facilities Management and Retail.
Business Environmental Resource Center (BERC) 3200 Freedom Park Drive, Suite 100 McClellan, CA 95652 (916) 874-2100 info@SacBerc.org www.SacBerc.org www.SacramentoAreaSustainableBusiness.org
BERC provides free regulatory permit/compliance assistance to businesses on behalf of its funding partners. Sacramento Area Sustainable Business (SASB)voluntarily certifies busi- nesses that adopt environmentally friendly practices.
Cal Geo - California Geo Heat Pump Association 1215 K Street, Suite 1700, Sacramento 95814 Sacramento, California 95814 (916) 668.6868
Geo heat pump technology is used to heat and cool buildings and produce domestic hot water, helping to reduce Califor- nia’s overall demand for electricity as well as natural gas. Geo can move California substantially closer to achieving Governor Brown’s goal of installing 12 GWs of localized re- newable power generation by 2020. One million geo-enabled homes would generate 4GWs (eight 500MW power plants) worth of avoided energy production. Cal Geo, the California Geo Heat Pump Association, Sponsor of AB 2339, represents California’s geo industry stakeholders.
CALGreen, State of California Booth #507
California Building Standards Commission 2525 Natomas Park Drive, Suite 130 Sacramento, CA 95833 (916) 263-0916 email@example.com www.bsc.ca.gov
Department of Housing and Community Development 1800 Third Street Sacramento, CA 95811 (916) 445-9471 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hcd.ca.gov
Department of General Services- Division of the State Architect
1102 Q St., Suite 5100 Sacramento, CA 95811 (916) 445-8100
Meet technical staff from the state agencies that develop California’s nonresidential, residential, public school and college building codes. Staff will be available to discuss CALGreen, the 2010 California Green Building Standards Code, the intervening code changes that go into effect July 1, 2012, and the current triennial code cycle. California’s first-in-the-nation green building standards code has new mandatory requirements for remodels and additions effective this summer.
California Department of Water Resources 1416 9th Street, room 150-A Sacramento, CA 95838 916-653-5114 email@example.com www.saveourH2O.org
With multi-year droughts in California and the increasing need for water in communities, industry and farming, it’s important we all learn to Save Our Water. Pick up tips to save water indoors and learn about water wise landscapes.
CEAR, California Electronic Asset Recovery 3678 LeMay Street Mather, CA 95655 916-388-1777
CEAR began with a vision for environmental sustainability and electronic asset recovery in 2000, with the inception of California’s Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003, CEAR has transformed from a small operation to a leader in the recycling industry. We maintain the most advanced e-waste processing technology in the United States. CEAR processes all e-waste with compliance of all regulatory environmental requirements, preventing pollution and reduc- ing environmental impact.
California Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Education & the Environment or CalEPA – Office of Education & the Environment 1001 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 916-341-6769 EEI@calepa.ca.gov
Booth #729 The Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI) is a move- ment to increase environmental literacy in K-12 students throughout California. A national model, the EEI Curriculum is standards-based and environment-based, and it teaches selected academic content standards to mastery in Science and History-Social Science. The EEI Curriculum is intended to reach up to 6.2 million students and 150,000 teachers in California.
California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) 560 East Natoma Street Folsom, CA 95630 (916) 323-2419
California Prison Industry Authority (CALPIA) provides work assignments for approximately 5,000 inmates in 22 Califor- nia adult correctional institutions.
CALPIA operates over 60 service, manufacturing, and agricultural industries and over 1,800 different products with over 30,000 options.
Please see our “CALIFORNIA GREEN” cleaning product line. Visit www.calpia.ca.gov
for more information.
California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative California Air Resources Board 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA 95812 916-323-1508
National Fuel Cell Research Center Irvine, CA 92697-3550 949-824-4286 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.casfcc.org
Founded in June 2001, the California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative is a public-private partnership administered by the California Air Resources Board and the National Fuel Cell Research Center to advance the deployment of stationary fuel cells for distributed generation throughout the state of California. For more information, visit our Website at http:// www.casfcc.org
California State Board of Equalization 450 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814 800-400-7115 General Tax Questions www.boe.ca.gov
As with any new business, those in the green technology industry need assistance understanding how to collect and remit taxes in compliance with the law. In addition, tax policy doesn’t always keep up with changing technology. As an elected member of the Board of Equalization, Senator George Runner serves as a taxpayer advocate overseeing tax ad- ministration and implementing tax policy – ensuring, among other things, that new technologies are fairly considered.
1001 I St. PO Box 4025 MS. 9A Sacramento, CA 95812 916-341-6490 jennifer.ca
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