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Two more RMG factories achieve Platinum certificates from USGBC

The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) has recognized two more readymade garment (RMG) factories in Bangladesh as green–LEED Certified, raising the total number of environment-friendly establishments in the apparel sector to 18.

Two more RMG factories achieve Platinum certificates from USGBC
Figure: LEED Green garment factories of Bangladesh.

JL Fashions Ltd at Baniarchala in Gazipur and JKL Admin & Daycare Bldg at Mawna of Sreepur in the same district received the platinum-rated certification from the USGBC.

Bangladesh is the global leader having the highest number of green garment buildings, where 62 are platinum rated, 110 gold rated, 10 silver, and four have no rating.

Only 20 more companies need to get the certificate to make a double century in the construction of environmentally friendly factories in Bangladesh.

J.L fashions Ltd exports around 3.2 million pcs sweaters products every Year, also have a vast & solid experience to meet the exact needs of global customers from Canada, UK, Germany, Belgium, France, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, etc for 10 years.

To be certified by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), one of the world’s greenest building certification bodies established in 1993, a project must meet the highest standards from construction to manufacturing under the supervision of the USGBC.

The country has been receiving the certificate since 2001. In the recently concluded year, 30+ RMG factories were recognized as LEED Certified.

The council honors factories based on several criteria – transformation performance, energy, water, and waste management. The best performers are rated with platinum, followed by gold and silver.

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