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An ecohouse (or eco home) is an environmentally low-impact home designed and built using materials and technology that reduces its carbon footprint and lowers its energy needs.

This includes:
Glass that has two or three layers with gas in between to prevent heat loss
Solar panels
Geothermal heating and growing plants on the roof to regulate temperature, quieten the house, and to produce oxygen
A wind turbine for when there is wind, and a battery if not


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29 May 2020

  • The Berkeley Farmers’ Markets are Expanding!
    As the season and weather changes, summertime farmers are returning to market, and more shoppers too! In order to continue to maintain a safe market for all, with adequate space for social distancing, the City of Berkeley has provided additional… Read more »
  • Now Is A Time To Preserve Hard-Won Advancements
    These are unprecedented times. We are coping with being separated from experiences that bring us joy. We are looking for answers and experts and leaders to help us move forward. We are taking each day, moment by moment, discovering what… Read more »
  • Love Your Market? Volunteer!
    Looking for a way to give back to your community in this challenging time? Become a volunteer at the Berkeley Farmers’ Markets! As an essential service, the Berkeley Farmers’ Markets continue to provide fresh, healthy food for the community and… Read more »
  • Ecology Center in the Making
    A Brief Retrospect by Ecology Center Executive Director Martin Bourque Historic Change HappensEcology Center was born at a turning point in our nation, with Berkeley, California, as one of the epicenters for a social revolution. It was 1969, and the… Read more »
  • Reusables Become a Reality—A Reusable Cup Service Pilot Update!
    by Denaya Shorter, Community Engagement Program Director Almost five months into Berkeley’s first Reusable Cup service pilot, and the program has already received over 1300 sign-ups! With eleven participating locations on the UC Berkeley campus and in the Telegraph Avenue… Read more » - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine

29 May 2020

  • Best Memory Foam Mattress

    Expertly crafted to adapt and conform to your body, the best memory foam mattresses deliver customized support and comfort. These foam mattresses have an elasticity from polyurethane foam that enables the mattress to bounce back to its original form, hence the reference to “memory.” In addition to the cradling comfort and alleviation of pressure points, […]

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  • Top Home Bathroom Flooring Options

    Choosing the most suitable bathroom flooring can be daunting. You want your bathroom flooring to complement the rest of the home yet still withstand high moisture levels, humidity and heavy foot traffic. The sheer number of bathroom floor designs, colors, textures and material types further complicate the process. To help cut through the clutter, we’ve […]

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  • Bed and Mattress Height

    Most people think about the size of the mattress when it comes to finding a new bed. But bed height and mattress height are often overlooked as factors that affect personal comfort, body health and the overall aesthetic of your sleep space. An amazing night’s sleep is quickly undone if you struggle to get out […]

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  • HVAC Maintenance Tips

    Homeowners must perform routine HVAC maintenance for air quality safety reasons. Scheduling HVAC preventative maintenance ensures it performs properly and prolongs the lifespan of your unit. Neglecting your system could lead to inefficient performance and system failure. There are several HVAC maintenance tasks you can complete on your own, however, some require an HVAC specialist. […]

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  • 3 Features to Look for in a Carbon Monoxide Detector

    Every day we are exposed to carbon monoxide gas from the burning of carbon-based fuels including coal, kerosene, natural gases, oil, propane and wood. Typically, this toxic gas would be expelled out of the home through vents, but it doesn’t always happen. The Centers for Disease and Control estimates that 2,244 people died between 2010 […]

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