Mar 1, 2020

MHV announced today that its Middletown Branch has achieved LEED Certification.

The Branch, located at 360 Route 211 East, was recognized with a Silver-level certification.

According to the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, was created to measure and define what green building meant and to provide a roadmap for developing sustainable building.

"MHV's community commitment isn't limited to financial education,” says CEO and President Wayne Winkler. “We believe in doing what we can to contribute to the sustainability of the regions we serve, and I'm proud to announce the LEED certification of our Middletown Branch."

This is the second MHV Branch that has received LEED certification.

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