Cross-guard's Cold Aisle Containment system met the energy saving credentials for the World Wildlife Fund's new Living Planet Centre in Godalming, Surrey. The new building, which is under construction, will house the charity's 300 head office staff as well as a 'Living Planet Experience' attraction open to the public. The building is full of energy-efficient environmental features, such as ground-source heating and a system to recycle fresh water. Cross-guard's cold aisle containment system is part of this.

Housing the WWF servers, the cold aisle contaiment system minimises contamination of the cold air required for the operation of the servers, with the hot air produced by the equipment. Yuri Vasilkivsky who is leading the project for Cross-guard states, 'The fact that the WWF chose Cross-guard is a real credit to the energy saving credentials of our Cold Aisle Containment System, and we are honoured to be involved in such a prestigous project.'