WASHINGTON — Fourteen buildings from across the U.S. are going head-to-head to work off their waste and reduce their energy use the most to win the Environmental Protection Agency''s (EPA) first-ever National Building Competition, according to a press release.
From a skyscraper in New York City to an elementary school in the mountains of Colorado, these teams from around the country are working hard to slim down their energy use, the release stated.
According to the release, buildings in the running include 1525 Wilson Boulevard Building in Arlington, VA; 522 5th Avenue in New York and the Memorial Arts Building at Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta.
Check out the gallery of the 14 contestants and learn more about each facility''s energy savings efforts.
Click here to read the complete release.