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King Library LEED certification

This research guide describes the green features of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, as defined by the LEED certification for the Operations & Maintenance for existing buildings, and focuses on the interconnections of buildings, community and self.

LEED Credit: Water Efficiency

LEED Water Efficiency (WE) overview

LEED Credit Library

Remember the 3 E's: Environment, Equity, Economics!

Green Ninja

How is Water used at the King Library?

  • Outside of the King Library, how is water used? Is there evidence of water conservation? Take a photo documenting your evidence.

 

  • Find the images for the bathroom sinks from floor 3-8 . What do these sinks portray about water in our environment?

              

Are you water wise?

I save water by ....
showering quickly: 5 votes (8.47%)
brushing my teeth without the water running: 38 votes (64.41%)
washing full laundry loads: 7 votes (11.86%)
not watering outside plants/lawn: 3 votes (5.08%)
using a car wash: 6 votes (10.17%)
Total Votes: 59