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Your plans for LEED certification

October 14, 2008
by Kevin Kolus
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If you are building new or renovating an old facility, are you considering obtaining LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification? Comments:

- I’m sure our organization has no idea what this even is. Discuss your plans for LEED certification in the comments below.

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That is a shame because it IS the future and it creates a healthier environment for the people in your facilities. It may cost a little extra up front but it will save you a lot of money in the long run. You could potentially save thousands on electrical and water utilities. Not to mention giving your residents cleaner air to breath, more natural light to enjoy and an overall better quality of life. There are a lot of misconceptions on going "Green" and being LEED certified. If anyone has any questions please contact us and we would be happy to try and answer any of your questions.

Kevin Kolus

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Kevin Kolus wrote for Long-Term Living when he was an editor. He left the brand in 2012...