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November 22nd, 2007
Dfi Nano-Coating Featured In World’s Most Eco-Friendly Green House
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion® patented hydrophobic nanotechnology, recently announced its flagship easy-to-clean nano-coating Diamon-Fusion® has been applied at a "Green Project" in the State of Minnesota, USA, which has been denominated by Eco-Architects, Designers and Industry Experts as the world's most environmentally friendly home.
Live Green, Live Smart/The Sustainable House™ is a participant in the LEED for Homes Pilot Project™ transforming an ordinary post-war rambler in a suburban neighborhood into a Century House that will be energy efficient, environmentally healthy, respectful of the natural environment, and comfortable for family life as climate and energy resources alter in the coming decades. The Sustainable House™ intends to become the nation's first home remodel to achieve LEED Platinum Certification - the highest level of efficient design.
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