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Target Revises Design Plans To Gain LEED Certification For All 2013 Canadian Stores

November 14, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Target announced it is seeking Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design certification for all its retail stores in Canada set to open in 2013. To achieve its LEED objective, Target has revised design plans of its stores to include conservation of energy and water, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and decrease in landfill-bound waste. One of the first Canada organizations to join the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Volume Program, Target claims it has integrated sustainability in all aspects of its business operations and will invest more than $10 million on remodeling each store location.
"Target® Seeks LEED Certification for All 2013 Canadian Store Locations", Target, November 14, 2012, © Target.com
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