Water Efficiency

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Water efficiency takes center stage in the new guidelines, acknowledging global variations in standard supply pressure and the advent of the European product labeling program. The updates made to the Indoor Water Use Reduction are testament to this shift in focus.

The requirements for Cooling Tower and Process Water Use have been fine-tuned to make them more relevant and achievable for different types of projects. A significant change includes the addition of two new credit options, which reward projects for using alternative recycled water to meet process water demands.

Specifically for Core and Shell (C+S) projects, points have been reallocated from Indoor Water Use Reduction to Outdoor Water Use Reduction and Cooling Tower and Process Water Use. This adjustment better aligns with the typical scope of work involved in C+S projects.

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