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Terminal 3 gets top rating from green council

The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which manages the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), on Thursday announced that its Terminal 3 has achieved Platinum rating from the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).

The plaque and certificate for the achievement has been handed over by the IGBC to Douglas Webster, COO-DIAL and Roy Sebastian, VP- Project and Engineering, during the 14th Green Building Congress, 2016 organised by IGBC in Mumbai. 

Prabhakara Rao, CEO-DIAL, said: “We are proud to achieve the Platinum rating by IGBC for Terminal 3, as the IGBC rating is one of the best known green building rating systems in India. Achievement of this rating within a few days of becoming Asia-Pacific’s only Carbon Neutral Airport reinforces once again our commitment of achieving sustainable solutions for Aviation Climate Change Mitigations. 

It is a true acknowledgement of our sincere efforts to be environment-friendly. Right from inception of Terminal 3 construction, DIAL had adopted a proactive approach towards environment friendliness,” said Rao, CEO-DIAL.

“The primary focus of the design team at T3 was promoting energy efficiency and improving environmental quality. T3 is designed to be a model for passenger-friendly and environmentally responsible airport facilities,” he added.
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