Category: Sustainability Timeline

2013

2013 brings the opportunity for EAH to receive its first Green Point Rated Rehabilitation certification through Build it Green. Enterprise Community Partners helps EAH build capacity and continue
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2014

In 2013-2014 EAH provides water awareness training for staff at local watersheds. Water decals with “Save Me” written inside a water droplet are distributed to residents to be
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2015

EAH 2015 efforts continue with a focus on the third year of California’s drought by implementing landscape replacement modules for lawns and other high water plants. In 2015,
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2016

All EAH properties undergo thorough water audits conducted by either the local municipal utility district or maintenance and property management staff, with 100% of the portfolio completed by
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2017

Strategic data tracking in place allows EAH to analyze utility data from baseline to present day and evaluate program outcomes or identify opportunities for improvement. Water reports for
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2018+

Marrying healthy communities and StayWell resident services with sustainability Sustainable water management system and long term strategy Sustainable waste management initiative and outreach Other

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2009

In 2009, EAH Housing formalizes its existing green programs into the Building Sustainable Communities Initiative (BSCI), with the goals of streamlining green upgrades and creating guidelines to ensure
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2010

In 2010, 21 properties receive green rehabilitations, including the installation of Energy Star appliances, high efficiency water heaters, dual pane windows, native plant landscaping, and other energy efficiency
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2011

In 2011, EAH partners with the renowned Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for an important national experiment. At the EAH community Fountain West in Fresno, CA, scientists from the
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2012

Launched in 2011 with the goal of improving energy efficiency in buildings by 20 percent, the White House Better Buildings Challenge (BBC) extends to multifamily apartment homes in
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