•The first City of West Palm Beach building to be LEED Certified by the US Green Building Council (USGBC)
•126 Photovoltaic (solar energy) panels are installed on the roof, estimated to produce 24,216 kilowatt hours per year.
•Solar energy production is tracked by a state-of-the-
•Water saving plumbing fixtures are estimated to reduce the annual water consumption by approximately 36%, or 183,000 gallons
•Low VOC paints and adhesives were utilized throughout the facility
•Over 70% of the lumber used on the project is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified
•During the construction of the Pavilion, approximately 82% of all construction debris was recycled/recovered
•MB Plus Cool Roof Coating is a highly reflective roof coating that reduces hot spots and helps to regulate temperature to reduce cooling costs
•Exterior 4’ sunshade provides additional protection against solar radiation
•Folding Glass Door System and Glass Curtain Wall system, both with Low-e glass, on three sides of the building maximizes natural light which reduces energy costs
•Lighting control system and occupancy sensors permit for the efficient use of building lighting
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Garbage Gone Glam’s mission is to raise awareness of environmental and health issues facing our world. Through fashion shows, environmental expositions, and other events we will draw attention to the volume and variety of trash wasted every day.