A Green Environmental Rating System applicable to Sri Lanka has been formulated as a ‘home-grown system’ with all norms acceptable to leading rating systems, after conducting research projects and workshops by an Expert Committee appointed by the GBCSL, with the assistance of national and international experts. The Expert Committee has studied the experiences of green building initiatives of India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, which are the fast developing economies in our region.
GREENSL® RATING SYSTEM is developed through an open, consensus-based process under the supervision of the Green Environmental Rating and Life Cycle Assessment Committee which is composed of a diverse group of practitioners and experts representing a cross-section of the construction industry.
The GREENSL®Rating System for existing buildings is a set of performance standards used to certify the operations and maintenance of in the form of commercial or institutional buildings and residential buildings of all sized, both public and private. The intent is to promote high performance, healthy, durable and affordable environmentally sound practices in existing buildings and it encourages owners and operators of building to implement sustainable practices and reduce the negative environmental impacts of the building over the functional lifetime.
The GreenSL® Rating System for Existing and new Buildings is a set of performance standards used to certify the operations and maintenance of n the form of commercial or institutional buildings of all sizes, both public and private. The intent is to promote high performance, healthy, durable and affordable environmentally sound practices in existing buildings. Prerequisites and credits in the GreenSL® Rating System for Existing address eight aspects.