New Jersey’s green building challenge has been met.
A new city-wide program launched Thursday is designed to encourage people to turn green, a move that could benefit more than 5,000 homes and businesses, officials said.
The challenge was created to help municipalities get green building certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
The council is responsible for certifying and enforcing the U-turn requirements for all types of buildings.
It also reviews construction sites and is responsible to provide guidance to cities and towns in how to create green buildings.
Under the program, anyone can participate and the city is looking to award the green building designation if they meet a number of requirements, including:Green building certification is a citywide certification.
It’s the first step toward becoming certified by the UBC.
This certification is based on three factors:The Green Building Challenge is one of several green building challenges that are underway around the country.
The goal of the challenge is to encourage the creation of green buildings and the installation of green lighting, said Kevin Kline, the executive director of the city of Newark.
The city also has created a Green Building Survey that can be used to track progress.
The city has launched a Green Buildings Challenge page on the city website.
Anyone can submit a plan and submit photos of the plan in a format that meets the guidelines.
The submission must be submitted within 30 days of the completion of the project.
The deadline for submissions is Sept. 1.
If the plan meets the criteria, the city will issue a green building certificate, the Green Building Chart will be created, and the plan will be certified.
The program is designed for homeowners and businesses in the city and is a collaboration between the city, the Newark Public Works Department, the National Green Building Association, the UDC, the Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Department of Business and Industry.
The goal is to help make the green buildings more affordable, said Kline.
The Green Building Certificate will give a home or business a green roof and lighting and will help reduce the cost of purchasing green building materials, such as lighting and energy.
The plan for the program is currently being reviewed by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the City Council.
Officials have not yet determined a schedule for the city to issue certificates to the residents of Newark and other towns.