UK's first 'carbon neutral' laboratory secures green certification

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UK's first 'carbon neutral' laboratory secures green certification

Nottingham University celebrates dual BREEAM Outstanding and LEED Platinum rating for new chemistry lab

The UK's first 'carbon neutral' laboratory has become one of the world's first buildings to secure the top rated sustainability certifications through both the BREEAM and LEED schemes. The recently...

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