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Grand Hyatt at SFO, has earned “Gold” certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. The hotel achieved the newest LEED v4 Gold certification under the Hospitality rating system. The Grand Hyatt at SFO scored high marks for access to transit, efficient use of water resources, and energy performance.
The hotel is designed and constructed to reflect its distinct environment within the backdrop of exceptional service, dramatic architecture and innovative design.
• 6,700,000 gallons of water saved per year thanks to water-efficient design
• 41% lower water consumption linked to toilets, lavatory faucets, kitchen faucets and showerheads compared to LEED baseline
• 133,000 kWh of energy generated annually by roof-mounted photovoltaic panels
• Designed to be 26% more energy efficient than that of a baseline hotel
• Conveniently placed recycling bins throughout the property
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