LEED for High Performance Operations Second Public Comment Period Now Open

The U.S. Green Building Council held the first public comment period on its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for High Performance Operations from Aug. 2 to Sept. 2, 2007, receiving over 650 comments during the first period. The second public comment period for this LEED rating system will be open for 14 days, from Monday, Sept. 24, to Monday, Oct. 8, 2007 (closing at midnight PDT).


The U.S. Green Building Council held the first public comment period on its(closing at midnight PDT).

Visit the public comment page for more information and to participate. Note that a site user profile is required to submit comments. If you have not already created a profile on the USGBC Web site, you will be prompted to create one on the log in page. Please contact leedinfo@usgbc.org with any questions.

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