For Turtle Island Foods, LEED Platinum Boosts an Industrial Plant’s Bottom Line Seth Tibbott

For Turtle Island Foods, LEED Platinum Boosts an Industrial Plant’s Bottom Line

LEED Platinum certification is difficult to achieve for any commercially built project, and even more so for an industrial building—especially a food-processing facility with massive equipment and processing units that have high energy consumptions.

And yet, more and more, industrial food-processing facilities around the world are finding that going LEED Platinum is beneficial to their production methods, employee relations, reputation and bottom line. In Ho

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