With the success of the 2005 Expo in Aichi, there has been a lot of attention focused on Japanese green building techniques and accomplishments. The latest to make the press is NEC’s “Tamagawa Renaissance City”. The facility boasts rainwater reuse, a compost system, reduced CO2 emissions, and if dismantled, could be 97% recycled. (via Japan for Sustainability)
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