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The Top Ways Companies Can Meet LEED’s New Green Cleaning Challenges.


January 5, 2012

Roger McFadden

There have been great strides in the effort to make buildings more sustainable — not the least of which are proposed improvements (PDF) to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design certification standards.

One significant change to the indoor environmental quality section of the LEED rating system (PDF) is that implementing a green cleaning policy is to be a mandatory prerequisite for certification and also re-certification.

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