Case study from Edge Hill University - sustainable construction and refurbishment highly commended

The Durning Centre

Completed in July 2010, the £4.2m Durning Centre at Edge Hill University is a building that incorporates unique innovations. It avoids the carbon equivalent of planting 823 trees per year. The building is entirely heated by recovering waste heat from IT servers and the University Data Centre The building is also served with an array of photovoltaic cells.

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