Tuesday, December 27, 2011

San Jose Gets $27M For Environmental Center

The city of San Jose is about to receive a substantial chunk of cash in order to build an Environmental Innovation Center that will focus on showing off emerging clean technologies as well as selling sustainable construction materials. San Jose will be the first municipality to receive state tax credits for this type  initiative.

Construction of the Environmental Center is expected to be completed December 2012. For more info, click here.


  1. The article didn't say where it is being built

  2. If it's the one I've read about it's on the East-side near 101 (Las Plumas Ave).

  3. You've mentioned construction materials there. I'll add one thing, have you tried using products of geruest?