Douglas Elliman Recognized by NYC Clean Heat for Helping Reduce Emissions

Douglas Elliman Property Management was recently recognized by NYC Clean Heat for switching a majority of their managed properties to the cleanest available heating fuel. In an effort to reduce building emissions by 50 percent, NYC’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued regulations in 2011 requiring all buildings to switch from “dirty” fuel (No. 6 and No. 4 oil) to No. 2 oil, natural gas, biodiesel or steam. Use of No. 6 oil will be phased out complete by 2015.

The Clean Heat Program recognizes those property management companies that have already switched a majority of their buildings to cleaner heat. Douglas Elliman was recently recognized for switching more than 75 percent of their client buildings to cleaner fuel. Not only are these buildings helping to improve the air quality in their neighborhoods, but in many cases they are saving money as well. Because natural gas is currently cheaper than oil, some buildings can save thousands of dollars a month by switching. For more information about the Clean Heat Program, contact your managing agent, or visit nyccleanheat.org.

DEPM is helping NYC reduce emissions from buildings by switching to cleaner fuels.

DEPM is helping NYC reduce emissions from buildings by switching to cleaner fuels.

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