Carter Field water irrigation is fed by the rainwater collected on site.
The Rainwater Reclamation System at the ISEC building collects and recycles rainwater as an integral part of the building infrastructure for flush fixtures within the building
A 50% energy reduction was achieved from the 2015 retro-recommissioning and updating of lab spaces with energy efficient systems at the Egan Engineering and Science Research Center.
Learn how Northeastern retro-commissioned the Behrakis Health Science Center to achieve optimal energy savings.
The University is conducting its fifth campus-wide lighting project by changing the existing fluorescent lighting with LED lights.
Urban and built up environments absorb and trap heat more readily. Learn how Northeastern is helping to mitigate heat absorption.
Learn how Northeastern has taken significant steps to retain rainwater on site temporarily to help avoid critical overflows
The ISEC Pedestrian Bridge (PedX) achieved an Envision Bronze award for sustainable infrastructure. The project enhanced and restored public space along Columbus Avenue and maximized the use of durable materials with recycled content.
The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) achieved a LEED Gold Certification by adopting a number of measures.
Northeastern has 7 LEED certified projects including International Village the first certified campus building in 2010. All new building projects are required to meeting a LEED Gold standard and achieve high energy efficiency standard.