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LG Electronics Serves as Lead Technology Provider for Sustainable Youth Center
Spotlighting its commitment to environmental sustainability and energy-efficient technologies, LG Electronics USA is the leading technology provider for the new Growing Green Center on the campus of Parks & People Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that hosts out-of-school time education and recreation youth programming while also supporting, renovating and creating new park and green spaces throughout Baltimore City.
The newly dedicated Jean and Sidney Silber Center supports Parks & People’s mission to unite Baltimore through parks. The LG-sponsored center – located steps from the Parks & People’s LEED Platinum headquarters in Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park – will serve as the new home for Branches, Parks & People’s high school environmental internship program that employs interns in maintaining public green spaces while earning a paycheck and learning about educational and green-career pathways after high school.
“LG’s energy-efficient solutions for commercial and residential facilities help create a more sustainable future, and we’re proud to contribute to the community through this process,” sysd Kevin McNamara, senior vice president and general manager, Air Conditioning Technologies with LG Electronics. “Our support for the new Silber Center underscores LG’s mission to give back to local communities with a focus on innovative, greener systems.”
Parks & People Foundation President & CEO Lisa Millspaugh Schroeder thanked LG and other project partners for making the newest addition to its campus a success. “The new Jean and Sidney Silber Center showcases the highest level of green building design, and we can't wait for campus guests to get a closer look.”
The innovative, sustainably-constructed Silber Center features a number of energy efficient and ENERGY STAR certified LG products, including air conditioning systems, consumer electronics and home appliances:
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