Draper Posts Podcast for Earth Day, Arbor Day

Late April brings us two ecology-related celebrations--Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 27. Window Shade manufacturer Draper, Inc. is using these two special occasions as an opportunity to broaden the discussion about the impact of shades on the environment.

(SPICELAND, IND)— Late April brings us two ecology-related celebrations--Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 27. A window shade manufacturer is using these two special occasions as an opportunity to broaden the discussion about the impact of shades on the environment.


Draper's Green Shades Podcast features Clint Childress. Clint is Draper's Green Products Coordinator. During the podcast, Clint discusses several aspects of shades and their impact on the environment, including PVC and shades; energy savings; LEED points; and GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality-certified® shades.

For more information on Draper shades and the environment, or to download a copy of the podcast, go to www.draperinc.com/go/green. Click to listen or right-click to download the MP3 file.

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