Pro Window & Door Sells Energy Efficiency

Pro Window & Door Sells Energy Efficiency

Pro Window & Door asks customers to view windows as an appliance. Appliances these days are all about energy efficiency, and that's where the Little Rock maker of vinyl windows and patio doors puts its focus: producing the most energy-efficient products possible.
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Fayetteville's BlueInGreen Sees Wave of Growth

BlueInGreen delivers dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide and ozone into water treatment systems and has clients in multiple states across the U.S.
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Joseph Leonard Aboard at Center for Toxicology & Environmental Health (Movers & Shakers)

Joseph J. Leonard Jr., who retired from the U.S. Coast Guard after 28 years, leaving with the rank of commander, has joined the response team at the Center for Toxicology & Environmental Health of North Little Rock as a senior consultant.
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