regreen

regreen

(riːˈɡriːn)
vb (tr)
to green again
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4 (ANI-Newsvoir): As part of its intense movement for reviving green cover of the city, ReGreen Chennai initiative saw a huge participation in its mini marathon program organised inside YMCA campus.
It is being promoted by Regreen Solutions International, which is gearing up to establish the first such processor in Riyadh next year.
The participants to the third volunteer climb reported that burnt area is starting to regreen.
In preliminary studies barley, hybrid pearl millet, regreen, rye, sorghum-sudangrass hybrid, and triticale were used.
Environmentalists are trying to minimise the damage through a climate adaptation programme involving communities farming at over 3,000 metres to regreen the denuded mountains.
LEED[R] has included indoor air quality in its LEED for Homes credit system and its ReGreen Guidelines for home renovation projects.
Another valuable resource is the REGREEN website, a joint project of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the USGBC, which offers case studies for green remodeling projects, interactive tools and basic guidelines written so even do-it-yourselfer can understand.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) offers a Green Certified Professional designation and the American Society of Interior Designers has a Regreen Trained Certificate Program in conjunction with the U.
ReGreen Corporation (ReGreen), a leading provider of energy services in California, has secured USD2m from Nara Bank (Nasdaq: NARA).
Green Building Council's (USGBC) LEED CI committee, founding chair of the ASID Sustainable Design Council and principal developer of REGREEN.
Because the REGREEN program is geared toward DIYers and building professionals, it's both comprehensive and user friendly.
Green Building Council recently announced a partnership with the American Society of Interior Designers Foundation to develop REGREEN, a "best practices" guideline for home renovation projects.