13 January 2009
C.J Graphics harnesses solar power
TORONTO—Commercial printer C.J Graphics now gets about 60% of its hot water from a solar hot water system. Five solar panels installed on the roof collect the sun’s rays and convert that energy for use in the washrooms, sinks, and aspects of the printing process.
Jay Mandarino, president of C.J. Graphics, said the project has been in the works for about two years, and was the next step in the company’s ongoing effort to reduce its carbon footprint. The system was installed by Toronto-based energy auditor Village Energy.
Comments:
1. Catherine Wilson says:
22 July 2009 at 6:12 PM
A great idea!
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