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ITC Gardenia Bengaluru accredited the LEED Zero Carbon Certification by USGBC

ITC Gardenia has been accorded yet another distinction by the USGBC (United States Green Building Council), making it the third hotel in the world to achieve the LEED Zero Carbon Certification – after ITC Windsor, Bengaluru and ITC Grand Chola, Chennai.

The journey towards Responsible Luxury started for ITC Gardenia in 2009 when it was conferred the highest rating for green buildings in the world – the LEED India Platinum Rating. This recognition makes it Asia’s first platinum rated hotel and is yet another manifestation of ITC’s leadership in Sustainability Practices.

LEED Zero encourages a holistic approach for buildings and places, which will contribute to a regenerative future and demonstrates a deep commitment to implementing building and design strategies that assure an enhanced quality of life.


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