Category : Sustainability News

RDG achieves second GOLD Bike Friendly Business designation!

If you know how much we here at RDG love our bikes, you can image how excited we are to share that we’ve once again achieved Gold Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) status from the League of American Bicyclists! As …

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Hands-On Systems for Sustainable Learning

Wednesday September 28th Western Technical College, in La Crosse, WI celebrates the grand opening of their new Integrated Technology Center. This marks a culmination of college and community collaboration, sustainable research, design work, and on-the-ground success. Over the past …

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University of Oregon Student Recreation Center Achieves LEED Platinum

Congratulations to the University of Oregon, as they currently have the largest LEED Platinum Student Recreation Center in the country! Not an easy feat!  At 191,161 square-feet – it is ONE of  only TWO LEED Platinum Student recreation centers in …

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Ready to Ride: Bike Tune-up Day at RDG!

In preparation for the upcoming National Bike Challenge and Omaha Commuter Challenge, the Omaha office of RDG recently partnered with the pros from Omaha Bicycle Co. to offer a free, in-office Bike Tune-up Day, where employees could bring their …

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Walnut Creek Watershed Public Presentations

The Walnut Creek Watershed is one of the most quickly urbanizing watersheds in Iowa, encompassing 52,643 acres in Dallas and Polk County. About 60% of the watershed’s land area falls within the incorporated boundaries of Dallas Center, Clive, West Des …

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PV System On Tour!

Electrical Engineer, Mike Chambers explains the photovoltaic array at The World Food Prize Hall of Laureates to Congressman David Young and others.  The tour of photovoltaic arrays in the Des Moines metro area was hosted by Steve Falck from the …

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