Military to save $1.6B going green
from The USA Today
It's not just the troops' uniforms that are green: The U.S. military says its investments to conserve energy and water are beginning to pay off, with benefits for cost, national security and troop safety. The Army has cut water usage at its permanent bases and other facilities around the world by 31 percent since 2004, according to Pentagon data. The amount of energy used per square foot at Army facilities declined 10.4 percent during that same period.
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