Third party accessor model for ECBC compliance – brochure

Sector Buildings
Grantee Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), The Weidt Group
Year 2012

Brochure elaborating Third Party Accessor (TPA) model for ECBC comliance and enforcement.

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