Located in New York, The Omega Center for Sustainable Living has literally raised the bar for what it means to be green. The building itself is an exquisite representation of green architecture and is also a prime example of what it means to be environmentally self sufficient.
The facility utilizes green powers, like geothermal and solar to produce 100 percent of it’s own energy rendering day to day operations completely carbon neutral. The Omega Center doubles as a learning facility of what it means to be green and is also a natural water treatment facility, providing four different stages of water purification.
“The OCSL demonstrates the critical intersection of environmental sustainability, renewable energy, and the new green economy,” said Skip Backus, chief executive officer at Omega in a press release.
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