Slated to open in September, Arlington's Discovery School will have 2,000 solar panels and a geothermal well field.
A local start-up is aiming to curb greenhouse gas emissions by capturing them and turning them into algae, which they can then turn around and sell for a tidy profit.
Every Saturday, the Fort Totten Transfer Station is the place to unburden your home — and your conscience — of whatever doesn't seem to belong in the trash or recycling bins.
It might sound gross, but D.C. Water is discovering the raw power... of poop. They're even working on ways to sell it back to you.
From brown and gray to bright green: 15 blocks of Southwest Washington are on their way to becoming a "high performance environmental showcase."
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