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                      NWCL’s Green Building Design Guidelines provide best practices to minimise negative effects on the environment and useful solutions to reduce a project’s carbon footprint during its life cycle.

                      NWCL's Green Building Design Guidelines cover the following building types:
                      The following environmental performance indicators are assessed:
                      • Site planning
                      • Energy consumption
                      • Water efficiency
                      • Materials selection
                      • Indoor environmental performance
                      • Operational management
                      Characteristics of NWCL's Green Building Design Guidelines:
                      • Innovation: adopting innovative green initiatives
                      • Practicality: designs to reduce the carbon footprint and operational costs
                      • Cohesion: developing integrated solutions through collaborative efforts
                      • Creation: cultivating a green lifestyle