After almost 4 years of waiting, construction project teams now have LEED compliant PVC/CPVC cement products to add to their projects.
Green Badger features green building sustainability expert Madeline Smith at Clayco.
Interior metal studs help you across all three LEED v4 BPDO credits, are nearly zero waste since they always get recycled, and are non-emitting, so you don’t have to worry about anything in the low-emitting category. How much better could you get?
Today, Green Badger is featuring green building superheroes Rachel Greenspan and Jennifer Taranto from Structure Tone who we have had the pleasure of working with over the past few years!
Drywall and gypsum board are on every construction project in the country, but did you know that they can easily earn you multiple EPDS and HPDs for your LEED projects?
Today, we’re going to take a look at what you need to know about Environmental Product Declarations, or EPDs, to qualify for LEED version 4 and 4.1.
Green Badger features green building sustainability experts, Dave Hubka and Jing Hong from Rivion.
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.
This is part five in Green Badger’s series of deep dives into the changes for LEED v4.1 and how they may affect project teams moving forward. In this post, we cover changes to construction waste management.
Green Badger features green building sustainability experts, Jonathan Weiss & Emily Reese Moody at Jacobs.
This is part four in Green Badger’s series of deep dives into the changes for LEED v4.1 and how they may affect project teams moving forward.
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.