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Clearwater Systems Celebrates Earth Day, Unveils LEED® Silver Certification Plaque for its Headquarters Facility


Clearwater Systems celebrated Earth Day this week by unveiling the recently-earned LEED®  Silver certification for its headquarters building to assembled guests and employees.

“We are proud to be headquartered in this new LEED Silver-certified building,” stated Anupam Bhargava, CEO of Clearwater Systems. “This move exemplifies our mission and commitment to resource efficiency and further demonstrates that sustainability is not only a key attribute of our products, it is a foundational corporate value.”


Pictured (left to right): Clearwater Systems CFO Dean Nichols, Sales VP Bob Tierney, LEED AP, developers Michael Tyre, AIA, LEED AP and Lennie Leibenhaut, CTGBC Board Member, Vin Chiocchio.


The facility integrates a number of green building technologies and practices resulting in a tremendously energy efficient building and a healthy working environment for employees. For instance, the facility utilizes solar panel arrays on the roof that produce 19 kW of power annually and employs Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology for the heating and cooling system which provides exceptional efficiency and indoor air quality. The collective green features provide an estimated 35% savings on total energy consumption. The project was recognized with a Merit Award of distinction in 2012 by the Connecticut Green Building Council.


Clearwater's LEED Silver-Certified headquarters in Middletown CT

While the LEED certification is the first for a Clearwater Systems facility, the Dolphin WaterCare systemhas enabled customers to earn LEED points spanning over 350 green building projects to date. The company is focused on the design and delivery of advanced water treatment solutions that support building resource efficiency – primarily water and energy savings – while contributing to pollution prevention and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

The well-attended event featured building developers Michael Tyre, AIA, LEED AP and Lennie Leibenhaut, the Clearwater Systems team and CTGBC Board Member, Vin Chiocchio.

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