Every month, the Badger compiles a new list of products and manufacturers that can help you earn points and achieve credits on your LEED projects. Explore the following categories to see what products you can use on your next LEED project.
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.
We’ve 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.
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.
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.
While fire retardants and intumescent coatings are standard practice for commercial construction, can any of them help you earn LEED v4 points?
We’re sniffing for a duct mastic that meet LEED v4 requirements – and we’ve found a few! Let us know if you’ve found any others that aren’t on this list.
We’ve recently come across some sealants that can help teams earn LEED v4 materials and IAQ credits and thought you’d want to know.
Wait, you CAN spell doors without EPDs. BUT you can earn a lot of EPDs with your door hardware from multiple manufacturers. Shucks, here’s a list below, all with multiple options, that offer EPDs.
Today we’ve tracked down another brand with a bunch of v4 compliant products – Liquid Nails. They’ve got a ton of adhesive options for you with the scare emissivity information available.
Today, we’re showcasing paints from Sherwin Williams that meet the low-emitting materials requirements. Bonus – some of them have EPDs too!
The Badger is always on the search for products that meet LEED v4 requirements – today, we’re showcasing building sealants that meet the low-emitting materials requirements.
Finding and Documenting LEED v4 Products with Green Badger
Sourcing and documenting LEED v4 products is a breeze with Green Badger. Simply search our database, choose your products, and add them to your project for instant LEED documentation. Request a live demo to see how Green Badger’s product database can save time and headache for your project team on your next LEED project.