Gallery: Top Green Products Found at Greenbuild 2011 in Toronto

 
GE offers Nucleus, a home energy monitoring solution that can track your whole home, and also give specific data for your thermostat and appliances. To go along with this system of wall plugs and software, GE has introduced a water heater and washer dryer combo that has a built-in chip specifically to communicate with Nucleus. This added technology will allow the system to regulate appliances on off-peak energy cycles, and allow you to control remotely.

Modlet plugs into any 120 outlet to monitor and transmit energy usage data to your home computer. Its an easy, inexpensive ways to track your efficiency habit using software supplied by Modlet’s manufacturer ThinkEco.

Construction Specialties have partnered with Perkins+Will to officially launch at Greenbuild the world’s first on-product eco labeling system from flooring called the Transparency Project. The label, which snaps onto their grid flooring modules, supplies an overview about the materials, recycling, and manufacturer information. By adding labels onto the product itself, it allows for building owners to have more information about repairing or end of life strategies for the material when they are remodeling. It also directs to a website called Transparency.c-sgroup.com, which provides extremely detailed product data. The company is making their system and website open source, so that other manufacturers are free to adopt the system.

Orca Green turns commercial food waste into grey water in less than 24hrs. To see this amazing process, check out the video below!

 

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