Terakki Schools Go Green

Terakki Schools Go Green

terakki_vakfi_okullari_logoOne of  Turkey’s oldest and best reputed schools, Terakki Foundation Schools, will be awarded a LEED certificate at their new facility in Tuzla, Istanbul. The institution has a long history of 136 years and will be opening its second school in September 2014, after investing in 32 million TL.

The Principal Mehmet Güneş said that the campus will be not only environmentally friendly but student friendly as well “The carbon dioxite level in the classes will be measured continiuosly and filtered fresh air will be blown when this level exceeds a certain amount. We will also be collecting and using waste water. %35 of the campus power will be provided from solar energy” he says.

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