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NEWPORT BEACH, CA-Green practices in building operations are becoming more and more commonplace, especially in California. As GlobeSt.com recently reported, California was ranked the No. 1 state in the country for recycling and earned high ratings for both renewable energy and an overall “best” rating for “green” practices, according to mphonline.org, a website devoted to information about Master’s in Public Health degree programs. GlobeSt.com recently caught up with Steve Core, president of locally based leasing and property-management firm RiverRock Real Estate Group, to discuss why green practices matter so much to his firm and how it promotes the concept with its office clients.

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