Register for the TRUE Markets and Commodities summer webinar series


The foundation of a zero waste program is facilitating a closed-loop supply chain and focusing on the highest and best use of all materials. Commodity pricing in the U.S. has been decreasing, and as a result, materials are being sent to landfills and incineration, instead of being put back into a circular economy. The TRUE Zero Waste certification system can make a difference.

Learn about SITES and resilient communities at Gulf Coast Green 2018


Learn about SITES at the Gulf Coast Green 2018 Symposium and Expo in Houston, Texas, on June 1 at the session "Promoting Resilient Communities with the SITES Rating System." Participants will discover the importance of land design and development through the exploration of the SITES v2 Rating System and relevant case studies.

U.S. Green Building Council Announces Top 10 States for LEED in India

Tamil Nadu tops the list, followed by Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana and Delhi

Mumbai, India—(27 April 2018)—Today, USGBC released the list of India’s Top 10 States for LEED, the world’s most widely used green building rating system. This is the first time the list has been released in India, and it ranks states in terms of gross square feet (GSF) of LEED-certified space overall.


TRUE hits a milestone with first 100 certified projects


TRUE Zero Waste certification has become a road map for companies that are serious about pursuing zero waste goals. Now, TRUE and GBCI are celebrating an exciting milestone: 100 TRUE-certified projects.

Together, the first 100 certified projects have diverted more than 446,000 tons of waste from landfill, incineration (waste-to-energy) and the environment. In addition, projects have reported up to $6.5 million in savings.