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F acility managers and interior designers are at the front of the line when fighting for a greater push towards sustainability and the green initiative. It is up to them to properly inform the client on how to improve their facility for both the envi- ronment and their employee’s wellbeing. However, where is the project manager, facility manager, designer or planner supposed to get the accurate insight to properly direct the client and their vision in the right direction? HF Planners, LLC likes to stay on top of how to promote wellness and sustainability. Here are a few insightful ways to align your next project with green initiatives and oc- cupant wellness: The Forest Stewardship Council was founded in 1993 by businesses, environmentalists, and community leaders. Their purpose to this day is to create and develop a way to work with
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