20 units of Low-Income Apartments
20% of Residents are classified with ‘special needs'
Cibola had a 25% vacancy rate because of leaking roofs
Invested in Local Communities - $177,277
Incentives from Utilities - $54,000
Annual Water Savings - 213,000 Gallons
CO2 emissions offset - 19.3 tons
Insulated pipes and weather-stripped all doors; Replaced exterior lighting, front door fixtures, security lighting and CFL’s in units; Installed water saving aerators and low flow showerheads and toilets; Replaced furnaces with high efficiency models, and installed new evaporative coolers, and programmable thermostats; Replaced existing windows with double pane vinyl windows; Installed smoke and CO detectors and exhaust fans; Replaced roof, stairs, interior and exterior painting, kitchen cabinets, and drywalling.
ICAST is a nonprofit social enterprise providing social, economic and environmental benefits to local communities including achieving affordability of housing, impacting climate change and creating local jobs through green upgrades of multifamily apartments.
Details of our services are provided at www.icastusa.org