Developers can use LEED wastewater credits to help gain approvals in environmentally sensitive locales

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Those wanting to pursue development in heavily regulated and environmentally sensitive areas are benefiting by designing projects that qualify for LEED points, even if the project as a whole does not achieve certification.

May 02, 2012

Those wanting to pursue development in heavily regulated and environmentally sensitive areas are benefiting by designing projects that qualify for LEED points, even if the project as a whole does not achieve certification. In areas where centralized wastewater treatment is not available or where the treatment facility is at capacity, the use of evolved wastewater treatment technology and “smart sewers” are viable options that also align with the LEED standards.

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