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Building the U.S. Air Quality Management System

January 2, 2014

Building the U.S. Air Quality Management SystemThis is largely how we are building our air quality management system—one structure next to or on top of another structure on top of another structure on top of another structure.  Questions:

  • Do we still need all these separate structures?
  • Buildings are being built on top of buildings.  Do we need to look at the foundations to make sure they can support additional loads?
  • Many of these structures were designed and built in the 1970’s.  Are they still inhabitable or worth maintaining versus renovating or replacing them?
  • Would it take less energy and be more efficient if each of these structures did not have its own separate walls, roofs, and heating/cooling systems?

The world is changing.  We must change with it.  Time to transform the SIP process.  We can make it happen.

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