LEED Buildings can use the LPACK13 to achieve LEED Points for Light Pollution Reduction.
What does LPR stand for?
LPR stands for Light Pollution Reduction (filter type for telescope eyepiece)
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We have 113 other meanings of LPR in our Acronym Attic
- Laxity-Driven Proactive Resource Allocation
- Le Poisson Rouge (French: The Red Fish)
- Leadership Potential Rating
- League of Polish Families (Poland)
- Legal Permanent Resident
- Les Précieuses Ridicules (Nijmegen)
- Letter Proposal Retrofit
- License Plate Recognition
- Licitacion por Registro (Spanish: Registration Tender; various locations)
- Liga Polskich Rodzin (Polish political party)
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Some of the environmentally sustainable features of the project include water efficient landscaping, enhanced refrigerant management, and water use and light pollution reduction.
These features include: * Reduced Site Disturbance * Storm Water Management * Landscape and Exterior Design to Reduce Heat Islands * Light Pollution Reduction * Water Efficient Landscaping * Overall Water Use Reduction * Minimum Office Space Energy Performance * CFC Reduction in HVAC Equipment * Construction Waste Management * Recycled Building Content * Local/Regional Construction Materials * Certified Wood * CO2 Monitoring * Increased Ventilation Effectiveness * Maximum Controllability of Environmental Systems * Thermal Comfort Management * Daylight and Views "Both high energy costs and environmental concerns have challenged technology companies to find innovative ways in which to manage and reduce energy usage," said Bruce Lehrman, CEO of Involta.
The LPACK 20 can be used on LEED buildings for Light Pollution Reduction credit.