Recently, Drywired had the opportunity to present its products to the Castro Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) in the Bay Area. CVUSD is compromised of 15 different schools, is considered a California Exemplary District, and serves over 9,000 students. Additionally, thirteen schools within the District were named Green Ribbon Schools by the Castro Valley Sanitary District for their recycling efforts.
In conjunction with DSK Architecture, a sustainability focused architecture firm, Drywired demonstrated Liquid Nanotint®, a UV and IR filtering nanocoating, and explained how this innovative nanotechnology would positively affect the school district. Liquid NanoTint® can make schools more energy efficient, reduce costs, and create a more comfortable environment for students and staff. This Demonstration was done at CVUSD’s own Chabot Elementary School.
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