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Does USGBC have some sort of a certification or registration for construction companies so they can be declared as a 'green' construction company?
184.108.40.206 19:08, 31 July 2007 (UTC)confused construction company secretary
Answer: NO... however, look into the Green Guard program
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LEED critic Henry Gifford has filed a lawsuit against USGBC for
1. monopolization through fraud, 2. unfair competition, 3. deceptive trade practices, 4. false advertising, 5. wire fraud, and 6. unjust enrichment.