on june , , anthony amaro, vice president of business development at Earth Protection Services, and David Bergman, principal of David Bergman Architect and founder/designer of Fire & Water Lighting + Furniture, were the speakers for 'Let There Be Light. But Let It Be Green.' One in an annual series of 11 New York City Green Building Design Salons held every second Thursday of each month (except August) at the Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village, the program-geared toward building and engineering professionals-covered solutions for the recycling of old lighting and presented issues surrounding new energy-efficient lighting designs. Amaro offered information on environmental considerations in the removal and correct (continued on page )

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disposal of mercury-containing lamps; Bergman spoke to the development of sustainable lighting, noting technical, design, and demand issues.

Produced by the Center for Economic and Environmental Partnership (CEEP), the series is a statewide initiative held in six New York cities (Albany, Buffalo, Farmingdale, Manhattan, Mt. Kisco, and Syracuse) to provide the building design and development community with education and business-development programming. For more information on the series, visit www.ceepinc.org. A|L