Environmental sustainability focuses on responsible use of natural resources and long-term equilibrium in the global environment.
Corporate and public efforts along this sustainability dimension ensure the continuity of humanity's development and its ability to meet the needs of current and future generations.
Arguably, the most recognized aspect of sustainability strategies is environmental sustainability. It reflects the need for concerted global efforts by public and private entities to preserve the environment. Responsible use of natural resources, application of renewable energy, introduction of recycled materials, reduction of waste and all types of pollution (e.g., air, water, noise, light, etc.), reduction of energy footprints are among proven and widely-accepted methods of achieving environmental sustainability.
CDVA's LED solutions drastically reduce its clients' energy footprints, which directly serves their environmental sustainability objectives. LED lighting consumes 50-75% less energy to generate the same amount of luminosity as fluorescent or incandescent lighting systems. Therefore, cutting a facility's lighting energy consumption in half would result in a more efficient use of resources and contribute to the protection of the environment.
In addition, CDVA's clients aiming for industry standards such as LEED and BOMA recognize the effectiveness of LED upgrades in achieving such standards.