New York September 29 2021: lnterloop Limited 574,000 sq feet Denim plant termed as one of the 7 Exceptionally Green Buildings in the World.
This is a huge acknowledgment of lnterloop's efforts for a greener planet.
"We will continue to work on our triple bottom line sustainability philosophy"
Musadaq Zulqarnain, Chief Executive Officer Interloop
The US Green Building Council last week marked a significant milestone, surpassing 1bn sq ft of commercial buildings recertified under the LEED green rating system.
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To date, LEED, the most widely used green building certification system in the world, has registered and certified a total of 24bn sq ft of space across more than 110,000 buildings.
Since 2018, the USGBC has been recertifying occupied buildings to give owners a clear indication of the actual performance of their assets.
Only 50 developments have qualified for LEED v4 Platinum, the highest certification level, in the BD+C (building design and construction) category. These buildings, designed from the outset to be exceptionally sustainable, are an eclectic mix of offices, factories and even repurposed storage containers.
Interloop building is one of the only 50 buildings in the world so far qualified for LEED Certification of USGBC (New & Existing Building) LEED v4 Platinum, the highest certification level, in the BD+C (building design and construction) category.