THE NEXT ITERATION of LEED — LEED 2012 — is under development and may contain some important changes for food retailers regarding their refrigeration systems. Next January, the third public comment period will begin for the 2012 version, which is expected to be adopted in November of 2012, said Nick Shaffer, manager of LEED for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Washington. Throughout LEED's 11-year history, supermarkets have been hard-pressed to receive credits ...

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