Public comment period open for LEED for High Performance Operations

U.S. Green Building Council invites the public to comment on the draft LEED for High Performance Operations v2008 Rating System. LEED for High Performance Operations is the outcome of a LEED for Existing Buildings revisions process. The public comment period will be open for 31 days, starting August 2 and continuing through September 2.

08/20/2007


U.S. Green Building Council invites the public to comment on the draft LEED for High Performance Operations v2008 Rating System. LEED for High Performance Operations is the outcome of a LEED for Existing Buildings revisions process.

The draft is intended to meet the unique needs of whole building operations and maintenance. LEED for High Performance Operations addresses aspects of facility management, such as site maintenance, green cleaning, alternative transportation, alternative energy and water conservation.

The public comment period will be open for 31 days, starting August 2 and continuing through September 2. USGBC will respond to all comments, and post the comments and responses—without commenter names or organizations—to the USGBC website. If changes are made to the draft, a second public comment period will b e conducted on those changes. The resulting draft will be sent to USGBC membership for balloting.

For more information and to participate in the public comment forum, click here. Membership is not required to create a profile and participate in the review. If you have not created a profile on the USGBC website, you will be promoted to create one on the log in page.





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