SOURCE: Sustainable Living Innovations

Sustainable Living Innovations

December 10, 2009 09:45 ET

How Green Is Your Campus? Asks Students to "Grade Their Green" and Win a Green iPod nano!

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - December 10, 2009) - What grade would you give your dorm room or your student housing overall when it comes to living green on campus? That's the question being posed to students in a new survey sponsored by In five, multiple choice questions, students can "Grade their School's G.P.A." or "Green Performance Aptitude," compare answers with students from across America, and be entered to win a green iPod nano® by visiting

"Environmental education should begin at school with today's student housing as the prototype," said Jeff Taylor, Managing Director for Sustainable Living Innovations. "From structural and social design, to energy efficiency, to renewable and sustainable components, students are the architects of tomorrow's eco-policies. But how does their campus housing 'make the grade?'"

Sustainable Living Innovations is an affiliation of five world-class consulting partners spanning design, construction, structural engineering and real estate that is collectively focusing on the future of adaptable, sustainable campus living for students and faculty. Working with universities, the alliance is advancing the next generation of component-based housing using high end, low-impact materials and state-of-the-art building processes. Want to save months of construction time and thousands in capital? Yes, now there's an "App for that!" Facilities planners can calculate the savings using a Real-time Modular Design and Construction Calculator at

"The only thing green is the ivy," or "Hasn't changed much since Dad went to school here in the fifties," are two of the possible answers in the Green Campus Housing Survey. Find out how your student housing makes the grade at

Contact Information

  • For Further Information, Contact:

    Jeff Taylor
    Sustainable Living Innovations
    710 Second Avenue, Suite 1400
    Seattle WA 98104
    t. 206-245-2024
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