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Pacific Casuals Ltd achieves LEED platinum certificate

Pacific Casuals Limited, the first Knit division production facility of Pacific Jeans Limited has achieved the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification recently.

Their production unit has been constructed focusing on the requirements of LEED Platinum certification, saving energy with green building technology as well as all other safety measures has been closely taken into consideration.

Figure: Pacific Casuals Ltd at CEPZ in Bangladesh
Figure: Pacific Casuals Ltd at CEPZ in Bangladesh

Points and certification of LEED:

LEED is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. LEED buildings save energy, water, resources, generate less waste and support human health.

Area LEED Scorecard
Location & Transportation 15 / 18
Sustainable Sites 7/10
Water Efficiency 12/12
Energy & Atmosphere 23/38
Material & Resources 7/8
Indoor Environmental; Quality 11/17
Regional Priority Credits 4/4
Innovation 4/6
Total Platinum 83/110

Source:  USGBC

 

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