Adoptive Natured Green Library Based on Fecility Management and Training

C. Jayalakshmi, R. Sarangapani, . Dharmasa

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Adoptive Green Building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout life cycle from the selection to its operation. The central goal of  paper  towards green buildings are to facility management and training in the operation issues and it extend to include efficient use of energy water and  save other resources as well as the reduction of waste, pollution and environmental degradation. Time management approach in the search of library required material identifies the critical importance of saving energy by the building occupants/user. In addition as air and lighting quality. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a non- profit international organisation give points based green building certification. Buildings are a series of systems including the structure not just the structure or the form and shape of the building. Green must be sustainable to be successful. It is not an instantaneous thing. Green Design must be measurable interms of performance.

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