At Green Badger, we do all that we can to make sure that your project teams succeed at LEED.
Below you will find resources for managing the new LEED v4.1 update and information on how the new changes will affect your project teams, as well as an expansive training video for LEED v4 and curated lists of LEED compliant products which we release monthly.
LEED v4.1 Resources
A high level overview of changes to construction related credits in the new LEED v4.1 update.
On the surface, Option 1 for Environmental Product Declarations doesn’t look like it changes much, but the devil is in the details.
LEED Resources to Watch
Green Badger’s LEED v4 Training Video
Get access to our free, on-demand training video to get your project team equipped with the knowledge to tackle LEED v4.
Saving Time on LEED Construction Documentation
With all of the other critical factors requiring your time, why are you wasting it on LEED documentation?
The Future of LEED Documentation is Automated
Learn how you can streamline and automate your project team’s documentation process.
LEED Compliant Products
LEED Product Guide
The General Contractors Guide to Environmental Product Declarations, Option 1 & Material Ingredient Reporting, Option 1
This guide is a framework of the product categories that we at Green Badger see the broadest number of manufacturers and product lines with EPDs, HPDs, Cradle to Cradle certifications, Declare labels and anything else you need to earn those two credits.
Leave it to Mick Jagger to spill the beans that one of the easiest ways to rack up compliant products for Environmental Product Declarations and Material Ingredient Reporting is to dive into your Paint submittal. Read more.
Do you see what we did there? Entrance, doors… Clever wordplay aside, we have some insight into picking up some of those 20 EPDs you need, all in one sweet submittal package. Read more.
While fire retardants and intumescent coatings are standard practice for commercial construction, can any of them help you earn LEED v4 points? Read more.
One way to earn the Material Ingredient reporting credit in LEED versions 4 and 4.1 by using products with Health Product Declarations (HPDs).
Everything you need to know about Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to qualify for LEED v4 and LEED 4.1.