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Green mark certification- an essential mark for construction

This procedure for validating the green mark certification was made available to the general public in January of 2005. It is a ranking system for green buildings that was established to evaluate the impact a structure has on its surrounding environment as well as how well it performs its intended purposes. It provides a comprehensive framework for analyzing the environmental performance of newly built structures, intending to promote sustainable design in addition to best practices in the construction and operation of buildings with Green mark certification. This volunteer system evaluates buildings for their environmental impact and performance to use a comprehensive framework that assesses the same environmental achievement of both new and existing buildings in areas such as energy efficiency. 


The framework 

The framework also evaluates the environmental impact and performance of the buildings. The United States Green Building Rating was responsible for the development of the system, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency is in charge of administering it. 

Builders and design engineers are strongly urged to design and build eco-friendly and sustainable buildings for new constructions. These buildings should be more climate-responsive, efficiently use resources and energy, and have healthier indoor environmental conditions.


Necessary for the Environment

A rating system called the Green Mark was developed by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) to evaluate the environmental impact of various infrastructure assets. The grading system awards points to projects that have improved their environmental sustainability strategies and procedures to qualify for those marks. Evaluating the design and paperwork, in addition to carrying out inspections on the site, are all components of the assessment that will be carried out.

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