Seattle: Sustainable Future
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Collecting rainwater and relaying on renewable energy and solar power to generate it's electricity, The Bullitt Center proudly fosters the ambitious environmental standards from the Living Building Challenge. The six-story building advocates the benefits of advancing green building technologies and promotes a self-sustainting environment which further protects the Puget Sound from common sources of pollution.

The six-story, 50,000 square-foot structure is the largest building to adopt the Living Building Challenge standards. Photo credit: Brad Kahn

The six-story, 50,000 square-foot structure is the largest building to adopt the Living Building Challenge standards. Photo credit: Brad Kahn

 

The Bullitt Center, a self-sustaining building collects rainwater and relies on renewable energy and solar power to generate it's electricity opened in Seattle, Washington on Earth Day, April 22, 2013. Photo credit: Brad Kahn

The Bullitt Center, a self-sustaining building collects rainwater and relies on renewable energy and solar power to generate it's electricity opened in Seattle, Washington on Earth Day, April 22, 2013. Photo credit: Brad Kahn

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