Earning LEED points toward the Sourcing of Raw Materials credit is a hard credit for most teams to earn. There are five ways to achieve contributions and Green Badger finds it’s best to use the…
There are five distinct avenues for achieving contributions towards the Sourcing of Raw Materials credit for LEED. This credit poses a significant challenge for most LEED project teams–reaching at least 15% of total materials costs…
The environmental impacts of landfill waste are rapidly escalating, and the building industry is a major contributor responsible for adding millions of tons of construction and demolition debris each year. To help counter this, there…
Having trouble finding primers? Here’s another manufacturer for you to use! The goal of this post is to highlight paint products from Diamond Vogel that will help you earn the low-emitting materials credit in LEED v4/v4.1.
At Green Badger, we work with hundreds of LEED project teams to review their LEED scorecards, provide quarterly project reviews, or even provide LEED consulting services. This allows us to keep tabs on which products actually comply with the EPD and MIR Option 2 credits so that teams can earn these points.
Highlighting paint products from PPG that will help you earn LEED v4 low-emitting and BPDO credits.
Highlighting construction plumbing adhesives and sealants that will help you earn LEED v4/v4.1 low-emitting materials credits.
We’re excited to announce to two new functionality updates to Green Badger thanks to input from our current users.
The top 10 LEED products used by Green Badger project teams to earn LEED v4.1 BPDO credits.
Green Badger has written on a bunch of LEED product categories that have multiple options to help you earn EPDs and HPDs, but no category has been as chock-full of manufacturers and products as the flooring category.
Every building has insulation (in the US anyway). Fiberglass, cellulose, spray applied – for thermal, sound and mechanical, you’re building is bound to have multiple applications, and that can heat up (and keep warm) your EPD and Ingredient reporting count.