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CSA International laboratories test and certify a number of existing and emerging environmental technologies, such as photovoltaic (PV) panels, fuel cells, solar domestic hot water heaters and collectors, low-flow bathroom fixtures, LED home lighting, household appliances and other similar products designed to help reduce emissions and water consumption or to conserve energy.
If a community has roof access, management should consider solar vacuum-tube designed domestic hot water heaters.
Glickman's team designed this building's mechanical systems, which utilized a seperate heating and air conditioning unit, as well as a separate domestic hot water heater for each apartment, which is rare for a building of its size.
TT monitor time or time and temperature with complete accuracy for forced hot air furnaces, hydronic baseboard and fan coil boiler systems, fireplaces and domestic hot water heaters so that residents are charged for their actual usage.