TD Bank’s LEED-Certified Stores in the U.S. Expand to 200

NEC member TD Bank recently announced that 200 of its U.S. stores have now been LEED-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification is USGBC’s rating system to evaluate the environmental performance of buildings and encourage market transformation towards sustainable design and operation. The 200 certified TD Bank stores incorporate environmental features such as panels on drive-thru canopies, counters, carpets, furnishings, and other products made with recycled materials. The LEED stores also utilize green cleaning products and protocols and also offer electric vehicle charging stations.

TD Bank’s Sustainability and Innovation Director Jacquelynn Henke said, “TD’s continuing focus on expanding our number of LEED-certified stores reflects our commitment to a more vibrant planet with green buildings and operations that conserve energy and natural resources to reduce our carbon footprint in the communities that we serve.”

The New England Council congratulates TD Bank for receiving its 200th LEED certification and commends the company for their continued efforts to help build a sustainable future. Read more on the TD Bank Website.


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