Built Green is a residential green building certification program developed to create safer, healthier and more efficient homes and reduce impact to the community and natural resources.
What does RGB stand for?
RGB stands for Residential Green Building
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- Raw Ground Beef (food inspection)
- Rec.Games.Backgammon (user group)
- Reconnaissance General Bureau (North Korea)
- Red Giant Branch (astronomy)
- Red-Green-Blue (color model based on additive color primaries)
- Reduction Gear Box
- Regional General Board
- Regional Governing Body (various organizations)
- Rent Guidelines Board (New York)
- Returnable Glass Bottle (packaging)
- Roberto Gómez Bolaños (Mexican actor)
- Robinson Green Beretta Corporation (Providence, RI)
- Rusty Grain Beetle
- Guinea-Bissau Resistance-Ba Fata Movement
- R. Gaines Baty Associates (Dallas, TX)
- Red Green Blue Alpha
- Red/Green/Blue/Amber (LED driver for RGBA color mixing applications)
- Riverbend Government Benefits Administrator, Inc. (Chattanooga, TN)
- R.G. Barry Corporation (Pickerington, OH)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The residential green building market, which has been slower to grow versus the commercial sector, is expected to be worth $12-20 billion representing six to ten percent of the market this year.
The findings will be issued in the Residential Green Building edition of McGraw-Hill Construction's series of SmartMarket Reports.
This will build on the success of the residential green building program and the city's newly adopted LEED policy.
Parker Snyder is a project manager with the EarthCraft House program, a residential green building program that is a partnership between Atlanta-based nonprofit Southface and the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association.
The residential green building market is expected to be worth $12-20 billion representing six to ten percent of the market this year, according to McGraw-Hill's SmartMarket Reports 2008.