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Aldi Receives LEED Gold Certification For Distribution Facility In California

September 28, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Aldi has received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Awarded for its environment-friendly and sustainable distribution center and regional headquarters in Moreno Valley, California, the LEED certification recognizes the discount retailer's efforts to reduce the environmental impact of its business operations. Aldi partnered with Graycor Construction Company to create an environment-friendly design as well as use sustainably sourced building materials for its distribution center and regional headquarters. USGBC said LEED-certified projects have diverted more than 80 million tons of waste from landfills. LEED Gold buildings use 25 percent less energy and generate 34 percent lower greenhouse gas emissions than conventional buildings, the USGBC said.
"ALDI Earns LEED Gold Certification for California Distribution Center", ALDI , September 28, 2016, © ALDI
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