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Your Building Earn Leed credits
Today, property owners everywhere are looking for new ways to reduce their operating costs while cutting down on their environmental impact. As a result, interest in LEED certification has continued to grow. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a widely recognized third-party certification program and a nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high-performance green buildings. A property owner seeking LEED certification may be surprised to learn that choosing a LEED certified pest management provider for their buildings is a relatively easy way to obtain two credits toward the LEED “Existing Building Operations and Maintenance” certification.
Progressive companies seeking sustainable alternatives trust American Pest’s LEED program. This Integrated Pest Management program takes into consideration variables such as pest biology, structure and sanitation deficiencies, cultural peculiarities and environmental observations in an effort to apply pest control methods that have the least impact on the environment and non-target organisms. In addition, American Pest is QualityPro & QualityPro Green accredited by NPMA, the industry’s highest mark of excellence, for our integration of reduced-risk methods and use of low impact EPA-labeled products.
American Pest is dedicated to environmental issues and in turn employs a LEED Green Associate. LEED Green Associates exhibit up-to-date knowledge of green building design, construction, and operations. Property owners in the Washington-Baltimore areas who continue to strive for eco-friendly and economical solutions for their buildings, can reply on American Pest to understand LEED specific goals. American Pest’s LEED Green Associate will help you to reduce the environmental impact of your facility’s pest control efforts and obtain LEED credits by providing you with a customized Integrated Pest Management solution. American Pest is prepared, qualified, and has the experience to help your building earn LEED credits.