The Pepsi Center WTC show center, located in Mexico City, obtained the LEED® Certification for Operations and Maintenance v4 at its Platinum level, in recognition of maximum efficiency in energy and water consumption and special waste management. .
The Pepsi Center WTC achieved Platinum status, with 83 points, through the Arc Platform, demonstrating extraordinary mitigation in the carbon footprint of its operations. Likewise, this rating is made up of the percentage of waste sent to recycling centers and the high connectivity of the building with the city, offering occupants alternative transportation options to their own automobile.
This event space was inaugurated in 2012 and is part of the World Trade Center, one of the most complete urban complexes in Latin America, sharing a place with the International Center for Expos and Conventions (CIEC), a property that also has LEED Platinum Certification.
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LEED Operations + Maintenance for Existing Buildings v4. January 2020
- Base points: The project received 8 of the 10 base points of the LEED system
- Energy: 91% of loans, exceeding the global and local level average of 81% and 86% respectively.
- Water: 71% of the points in this category, exceeding the world average performance of 56% and close to the local average of 61%.
- Waste: 99% of available credits.
- Transportation: 80% of respondents said they take public transportation (bus and light rail).
- Human experience: 63% of the points in this category, this building surpasses the local and global results, of 42% and 60% respectively.
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