Green Guide

Green Guide

Guidelines published by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) providing standards for advertising claims that a product is green.
References in classic literature ?
Down the page went the green guide, and presently, forgetting her listener in the beauty of the sad scene, Meg read as if alone, giving a little touch of tragedy to the words of the unhappy queen.
The annual Green Guide is the authority on how and where to recycle just about anything in Kane County.
The 1986 version of the Green Guide stadium safety manual had said this figure should be no more than 54 fans over such an area of terracing.
the windows will be aluminium casement, polyester powder coated to match existing windows; all windows to comply with bre green guide category a; the project would be suitable for a medium sized window installer.
Former environmental health officer David Moore told Preston Crown Court yesterday the club had been reluctant to appoint a safety officer, despite it being a requirement in stadium safety manual the Green Guide.
She presented the different directives and programs of the NHA utilizing their Green Guide for Socialized Housing.
* Forty-five percent of survey participants said they've added language to contract specifications that building contractors will follow LEED or Green Guide for Health Care requirements and provide documentation.
He has also contributed to ASHRAE Green Guide 2007 and 2011 Editions.
Michelin's guide to restaurants is known the world over, but they also keep a list of the best tourist sites in the UK, known as the Michelin Green Guide.
New for 2016, the company has added the LMS-2261G and LMS-2291G to the green guide rod line.
A highly visible green guide laser shows exactly the measurement position to easily identify the leak.