Green roofs can be a really intriguing, and useful, application for many homeowners (and businesses, and virtually any structure). Its popularity isn’t too high at this point but the technology should increase in the coming years. Installation is relatively simple and the initial costs aren’t unreasonable ($10 per square foot for simpler extensive roofing, and $25 per square foot for intensive roofs), especially when you consider the long-term yield.
According to the company SAP, visualization on the part of corporations in terms of meeting environmental standards is often overlooked, or not exercised properly. SAP argues that the more environmentally responsible a company is, the more chance they have at success, and staying successful. SAP helps companies monitor environmental policies, and changes in these policies so that they may more accurately follow them. Many companies risk spending thousands, if not millions or even billions of dollars in fines or cleanup costs when they harm the environment. Of course, corruption runs rampant in many companies – the events that led up to and which surrounded the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a good example. BP aside, many companies are concerned with being green, not so much for moral reasons, but also because of the reputation it earns them. Please see the links for more information.
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