Pizza Fusion: World’s First LEED Certified Pizzeria

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As far as pizza goes, there’s very little room for improvement. It’s one of the best foods around. But Pizza Fusion has found a way to make it better, by making it a little greener. They’ve just received LEED certifications for two new Florida locations for cutting their water waste by 40% and electricity consumption by 20%.

Pizza Fusion Green LEED

As far as pizza goes, there’s very little room for improvement. It’s one of the best foods around. But Pizza Fusion has found a way to make it better, by making it a little greener. They’ve just received LEED certifications for two new Florida locations for cutting their water waste by 40% and electricity consumption by 20%. As if that wasn’t enough, the countertops are made from recycled glass bottles collected at other Pizza Fusion restaurants, bamboo floors, 30% reclaimed concrete, recycled blue jean insulation, low voltage lighting, and reclaimed wood furniture. All of their pizzas are delivered by hybrids, and all of the restaurants’ power usage is offset with wind energy credits. Plus they’re organic! I think Pizza Fusion just set a new gold standard for green restaurants. To order a pizza from one of their 19 restaurants, visit Pizza Fusion Online.

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