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Chemical Sensitivity and the New Home Building Process – Free CE Webinar, December 9, 12-1 PM EST

Allison Friedman MA, United States 0 Ratings 335 Discussions 88 Group posts

Posted by: Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

Chemical Sensitivity and the new home building process – Free CE webinar
December 9th, 12 - 1 pm EST

Since the mid 1990’s, Green building professionals have focused on energy efficiency and global environmental concerns as the driving forces for consumer demands. However, consumers have become discouraged by the green standards because there is no focus on the health of the human occupant. Sick building syndrome, environmental illness, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity…These are real medical issues that families are facing because of the built environment they are surrounded with. With an enormous push into healthier eating, i.e.. gluten-free, low-carb, vegetarian, etc, consumers are now demanding a healthy HOME as well as a healthy body. Everyone CAN build a healthy home…as long as they know what to ask for.

Presenters:

Andrew Pace, is an entrepreneur in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha, WI. For the past 25 years, Pace has studied and dealt in green and healthy home building and improvement products, and has earned a reputation as a national expert on such products.

Kelsey Holtz – LEED GA, is the Lead Interior Designer for the Green Design Center in Waukesha WI.

To register: https://greenhomeinstitute.org/event/chemical-sensitivity-and-the-new-home-building-process-free-ce-webinar/

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