No. With all the problems he faces, I think the President of the United States probably has better things to do than to pore over home renovation plans to judge whether they’re environmentally responsible! If you’re speaking about LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification, which can apply to newly-built or renovated homes (as well as many other types of buildings), certification is approved by the Green Building Certification Institute, which is a non-profit organization created in 2008 by the US Green Building Council. The process involves submitting an application to the GBCI and having it reviewed and evaluated by relevant experts. It’s a complicated process and the GBCI investigates energy usage, carbon footprint, indoor air quality and numerous other factors. It can be very expensive to retrofit an existing home to LEED standards, but it has been done, and houses that do carry such certification often have an extra marketing cachet, which is why builders are interested in them.
As a President, he/she has to face many problems that sometimes we can’t bear, though we can’t refuse the benefit of the Green Home Renovation, it is trend that make an eco-friendly bathroom. This is the place where water flows freely, paper products run wild and tile cleaners contain toxins. Replacing the CFL and installing the green LED fluorescent lamp is not easy project. LED bulb cost is projected to drop by half by 2020. That’s to say that the main role of light market is LED fluorescent lamp, but what do the industries of CFL should do?
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