Green Badger’s LEED v4.1 Update Review – Sourcing of Raw Materials and Material Ingredient Reporting

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This is part three in Green Badger’s series of deep dives into the changes for LEED v4.1 and how they may affect project teams moving forward. For more resources, visit the other posts in our series bellow: Part One: Introducing the LEED v4.1 Update Part Two: Green Bader’s LEED v4.1 Update Review – Environmental Product […]





The easiest entrance into EPDs for your LEED project may be your doors and hardware

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Green Badger does not endorse any brands or products. We simply provide information on products we come across that may benefit LEED v4 projects. The easiest entrance into EPDs for your project may be your doors and hardware. Do you see what we did there? Entrance, doors… BAM! Clever wordplay aside, the Badger’s got some […]


Green Badger’s LEED v4.1 Update Review – Environmental Product Declarations, Option 1

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Here’s the first of Green Badger’s deeper dive into the changes for LEED v4.1 and how they may affect teams moving forward. A couple of notes to start: The are all Green Badger’s opinions and interpretations. If you haven’t looked through the v4.1 beta guide from USGBC – download it now! That’s where the real […]



Fireproofing products that can help your project earn LEED credits

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While fire retardants and intumescent coatings are standard practice for commercial construction, can any of them help you earn LEED v4 points? “Its Getting Hot In Heerrrre…” “The Roof, The Roof, The Roof is on Fire!” “We Didn’t Start the Fire” “This Girl is on Fire!” There are an awful lot of songs about things […]