The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named the Baldwinsville Central School District a 2010 EPA ENERGY STAR Leader. The district joins the EPA's elite group of organizations that have improved energy efficiency across all of their buildings.
"The Baldwinsville Central School District is pleased to be named an EPA ENERGY STAR Leader," said Superintendent Jeanne Dangle. "Through this achievement, we have demonstrated the district's commitment to environmental stewardship and reducing energy costs."
The district has managed energy strategically across an entire portfolio of its eight buildings using the EPA's standardized measurement tool for tracking building energy use. Buildings that have earned the ENERGY STAR designation prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy-efficiency specifications set by the government.