New Bowery Mission Women’s Center in Harlem Features American Standard Toilets, Lavatories and Faucets

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The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers ― providers of faith-based residential programs for women who have experienced homelessness due to abuse, domestic violence, addiction, job loss, health issues or poverty ― recently opened a second location in Harlem in New York City

 

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American Standard Products Help Reenergize New Office Space for DonorsChoose.org American Standard Products Help Reenergize New Office Space for DonorsChoose.org


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When DonorsChoose.org, an innovative online charity that supports public schools, outgrew its drab, cramped office in Manhattan, it longed for a new space that would truly reflect the passion and energy of everyone at the organization, boost morale, and facilitate increased interaction. Yet building out and furnishing the new 10,000-sq.-ft. space on West 37th Street could have been a costly undertaking for the non-profit.

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After the Storm: American Standard a Familiar Sight in Hurricane Sandy Victims’ New Homes After the Storm: American Standard a Familiar Sight in Hurricane Sandy Victims’ New Homes


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When Hurricane Sandy tore through the Northeast on October 29, 2012, it hit some areas harder than others. One of the destruction epicenters was Union Beach, N.J., a town on the Raritan Bay where 300 homes had to be demolished due to flooding from up to 12 feet of water. In fact, 85 percent of homes in the borough had at least two feet of standing water in their first floor.

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City of Northampton, Massachusetts Undergoes $6.5 Million Water and Energy Efficiency Project City of Northampton, Massachusetts Undergoes $6.5 Million Water and Energy Efficiency Project


Northampton is a picturesque college town seated at the foot of the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts. With a population just under 30,000, the city may appear quaint, but it is fast becoming a role model for energy and water conservation in the state. At the end of 2011, construction concluded on a $6.5 million municipal improvement project that didn’t cost Northampton taxpayers a dime.

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