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GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Green Power ()
Date: April 25, 2013 09:34AM

20 percent recycled materials, regionally sourced; green roof; solar panels; native plantings; 50 percent on site irrigation.

Nice to see GW final understanding the concepts of solar power and re-usable energy.

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Ralph Pootawn ()
Date: April 25, 2013 09:35AM

Green Power Wrote:
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> 20 percent recycled materials, regionally sourced;
> green roof; solar panels; native plantings; 50
> percent on site irrigation.
>
> Nice to see GW final understanding the concepts of
> solar power and re-usable energy.


What do you mean "final understanding"? He has the most green, energy efficient house in the country.

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Solar Power! ()
Date: April 25, 2013 09:37AM

Library roof
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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: April 25, 2013 09:43AM

This home is composed of 100% recycled material.
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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Ralph Pootawn ()
Date: April 25, 2013 10:04AM

BEH Wrote:
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> This home is composed of 100% recycled material.


BEH how old is your daughter? That looks like Annandale over by 495.

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: April 25, 2013 11:51AM

She's 7, and looking for a husband.

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Waldenhairnet wedding plans ()
Date: April 25, 2013 04:46PM

In India 7 is prime marrying age! By the arms of Ganesh, I shall make your daughter my wife...BEH, are you in much agreement with me on this?...I see a fat white cow in your future, and I do not mean your wife...regard, I made a joke! I should have my own TV show, wait, I have my own TV show!


Please tell me dowry details!

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Party On Garth ()
Date: April 25, 2013 04:50PM

Solar power. The Bush library is only about 7 years late to the party. LOL

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: Ive_12 ()
Date: October 31, 2022 12:33AM

With its high-quality and efficient solar cells and modules, Hanwha Q Cells has become one of the world's leading solar panel producers. The monocrystalline and polycrystalline photovoltaic modules in their product ranges provide a cost-effective, high-quality alternative for a wide range of commercial, industrial, and institutional uses.
Site: https://hanwhasolarpanels.com/
In-house, Hanwha Q Cells produces silicon ingots, wafers, PV cells, and modules. They have many cutting-edge labs devoted to improving their goods and staying ahead of the curve in terms of technology, quality, and sustainability.

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Re: GW Bush Library - Solar panels, recycled materials, re-used rain water
Posted by: DIE SPAMMER!!!!! ()
Date: October 31, 2022 08:21AM

Ive_12 Wrote:
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> With its high-quality and efficient solar cells
> and modules, Hanwha Q Cells has become one of the
> world's leading solar panel producers. The
> monocrystalline and polycrystalline photovoltaic
> modules in their product ranges provide a
> cost-effective, high-quality alternative for a
> wide range of commercial, industrial, and
> institutional uses.
> Site: https://hanwhasolarpanels.com/
> In-house, Hanwha Q Cells produces silicon ingots,
> wafers, PV cells, and modules. They have many
> cutting-edge labs devoted to improving their goods
> and staying ahead of the curve in terms of
> technology, quality, and sustainability.


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