4564Re: [hreg] Houston Directory
- Jul 10, 2006This would be a great resource. I feel like we are making some progress here in Houston but its awfully slow. Its very hard to find these businesses if they exist in this area at all. I have been working on something for Houston myself but am also finding it difficult to locate green businesses and products. I haven't really done a good job promoting my own efforts, but if anyone is interested the site is called the Houston Green Guide www.houstongreenguide.com.
The way I look at it, the more information resources we can make available to folks, the better. Gotta get Houston on the map :-)
Cindy YepezOn 7/7/06, Michael Ewert <mewert@...> wrote:
Many of you may not know about this yet, but HREG is a sponsor of a new Environmental Directory for Houston and the first issue will have an energy theme. We're not real sure when it will come out yet. A guy named Paul Robbins who did this in Austin is working on it. He asked me for help recommending contractors and I thought the best way was just to put the question to the eGroup. So, please see below and reply if you have good information. Thank you,
I have finished the Houston Environmental Groups and the cover (which is a beautiful color drawing of one of Houston's best parks). I have been trying to find who is selling energy efficiency products and services and greenbuilding products in Houston as well. This is a very time-consuming task and if you have any suggestions I will listen. In particular I am trying to find reliable home energy conservation contractors in your area.
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