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Logan's Terminal A goes green

First such facility in US to be certified as environmentally friendly

By Russell Nichols
Globe Staff / August 2, 2006

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The windows reflect heat to trap warmer temperatures inside when it's cold and keep heat out in the summer, reducing power usage. The interior lights dim when natural light shines from the outside, and the urinals are waterless. There's drip irrigation for landscaping and storm water filtration to remove pollutants from rain runoff. (Full article: 422 words)

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