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Calgary community centre gets green upgrades

Calgary community centre gets green upgrades

CALGARY, ALTA. – The South Fish Creek Complex community centre in Calgary is getting a green upgrade with $1.2 million from the Canadian government, YMCA Calgary and complex’s partners.

The project will extend the lifespan and improve the facility’s energy efficiency with a retrofit that will improve air quality and energy efficiency as well as reduce greenhouse gas emissions, an Infrastructure Canada release said.

YMCA Calgary will replace its existing heating systems with more efficient models and update the air handling units, the release said.

The federal government is investing $979,800 through the Green and Inclusive Community Buildings program. YMCA Calgary and the South Fish Creek Complex partners are contributing $244,950.

The improvements are expected to reduce the facility’s energy consumption by an estimated 20.5 per cent and greenhouse gas emissions by 268 tonnes annually, the release said.

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