LEED certification represents third-party verification that a site has been designed and built with saved energy and ecological viability as the foremost priority. This means that any type of building or residence may receive LEED status, pending confirmation from said third-party; in the past these have included offices, healthcare facilities, houses, condominiums, schools and retail centers. Some of the factors measured by LEED are water efficiency, atmospheric effects and indoor environmental quality. The green practices of those using the site are also taken into account. So, it would seem that any building that does not meet the official LEED criteria would have the hardest time getting certified.
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