During those seminars, Mr. Prasow
made it clear that sustainability is subjective; the practice of being green is different for everyone, depending on what is important to the individual or the institution.
I still refer to my extensive notes taken during those classes.
Along with a host of other professional colleagues attending the same seminars, I passed the LEED test on my first try with flying colors; for Mr. Prasow
, that was the thirteenth time he
had given the course to their customers free of charge.
As Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Planning for Teknion, Mr. Prasow does far more than guide the uninitiated through the tangled web of institutionalized sustainable manufacturing and design practices.
"For me, it's not just about the products we make, but more the processes," he