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A “super” partnership between the City of New Rochelle and a local buildings service workers union will further the greening of New Rochelle.
The New Rochelle “Green Supers program”, facilitated by the City’s Sustainability Coordinator Deborah Newborn, is a cooperative effort between the City of New Rochelle and 32BJ, the largest private sector union in the state, which represents building service workers. During the course of five weeks, building superintendents will be trained to become green building operators, resulting in lower energy bills, reduced water usage, improved heating and air conditioning performance, and enhanced overall efficiency.
“Through this exciting partnership, New Rochelle can make significant progress toward achieving its sustainability goals, while also saving money for residents and building owners. I applaud 32BJ’s commitment and look forward to their success,” said New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson.