Reuters: Nokia Jucu Factory in Romania Chosen as one of the World’s Leading Green Buildings

Nokia’s (NYSE: NOK) Jucu Factory in Romania has been chosen as one of the world’s leading green buildings by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The prestigious Gold Rating for Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) is the first for a building in Romania, and recognizes the major investment in innovative environmental features made by Nokia.since its construction in 2007. USGBC certification recognizes buildings that set new standards in the design and construction of the world’s greenest, most energy efficient and highly performing buildings. The Nokia Jucu factory is one of a small number of buildings around the world to achieve the LEED Gold rating and the first in Romania to be recognized by the USGBC for its green features. Nokia’s China campus in Beijing was the first Nokia facility to receive LEED Gold Certification in 2008.”We are extremely proud to be leading the way in creating truly sustainable buildings in our operations. It is an honor that our factory in Romania has been picked as one of the world’s most sustainable buildings and Romania’s greenest factory. This achievement demonstrates our strong commitment and investment in sustainability, efficiency and environmental quality in the way we run our daily business” said Risto Meskus, Jucu factory Managing Director

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