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Deeper Shade of Green - Material Choices

Saturday, May 13, 2006

A panel on green product development and LEED.
Speakers: Bart Bettencourt, Scrapile; Margaret Lydecker, Niche Environmental; Josh Dorfman, The Lazy Environmentalist; Murray Levi, Green4NYC.
Moderator: Paul Makovsky, Metropolis

Date: Saturday May 13, 2006 2 - 3 pm

Location: DUMBO, Brooklyn

Information and Registration: 718.783.3160/718.857.5389
info@novitapr.com

This panel is part of BROOKLYN DESIGNS™ 2006 - GROWING AND GIVING BACK. It will run from May 12 – 14 at several DUMBO locations including St. Ann’s Warehouse. The annual three-day show will feature Brooklyn-based designers and manufacturers of contemporary furnishings, including indoor and outdoor furniture, rugs, lighting and accessories.

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