DEPM Recognized By NYC Clean Heat

As seen on NYCcleanheat.org:

“Since 2011, the NYC Clean Heat program has been working with building owners and property management companies to help them comply with the heating oil regulation and make the best choices for their situation and the air quality of New York City. Since the program began, we have been continually impressed by the commitment of certain property management companies to move their portfolio of No. 6 buildings to the cleanest burning fuels.

The Property Manager Recognition Program seeks to reward property managers that have switched a majority of the buildings in their portfolio to the cleanest available heating fuels by giving them the recognition they deserve. Property managers are ranked by what percentage of their entire portfolio of large multifamily and commercial buildings is currently burning ULS 2, natural gas, biodiesel, or other clean alternatives.

By switching to cleaner heating fuels, these companies have improved air quality in the neighborhoods immediately surrounding their buildings.”

Douglas Elliman Property Management has been recognized for switching over 75% of our properties to the cleanest possible heating fuel available. If your building has not switched yet from “heavy oil” to cleaner No. 2 oil or gas, contact your managing agent to find out how to make it happen. Read more about Oil-to-Gas Conversion on this blog by scrolling down to our March 8th post. For more about DEPM’s recognition, visit this link: http://nyccleanheat.org/content/property-manager-recognition-program and for more information about switching to cleaner fuel, email us at energy@ellimanpm.com or call us at 212-370-9200, or visit http://nyccleanheat.org/content/how-to-convert.

By converting to cleaner, more efficient fuel, your property will not only contribute to a better environment, but could save tens of thousands of dollars a year on fuel oil.

By converting to cleaner, more efficient fuel, your property will not only contribute to a better environment, but could save tens of thousands of dollars a year on fuel oil.

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