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    Bayer ​House receives LEED certification

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    Bayer India headquarters received LEED certification
    Bayer India headquarters received LEED certification

    Recently opened Bayer India headquarters received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold-certified building as the Bayer House fulfills all stipulations for energy-saving and conservation to make it a sustainable building, including power saving measures, carpet use and even its own sewage treatment plant. Lighting fixtures made with Makrolon® Lumen XT polycarbonate sheets offer high light diffusion, transmission and optimal clarity, ideal for an office environment.

    They are based on the most up-to-date forward scattering technology, offering high luminance uniformity and high light output at the same time. At the beginning of 2011, Bayer opened its first emissions-neutral office building in India, which later received the top – Platinum – ranking in the LEED rating system. The zero-energy building needs approximately 50 percent less power than comparable buildings in the region.

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