DP World’s Container Ops Facility receives LEED Gold Certification

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DP World’s Container Operations Facility (COF) at the Port of Vancouver has been awarded LEED v4 Gold certification by the Canada Green Building Council, recognizing its high standard in environmental sustainability. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a globally recognized standard that demonstrates a building’s efficiency and sustainability. It promotes energy savings, carbon emission reductions, healthier indoor environments, and supports resilient and equitable communities. The DP World COF, a renovated century-old heritage building, now features advanced energy-efficient systems, water-saving fixtures, and uses recycled materials, aligning with DP World’s sustainability strategy, “Our World, Our Future.” This project underscores DP World’s commitment to integrating ESG principles into its operations and leading the charge in sustainable building practices in the shipping and logistics industry.

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