Green Badger users can now search by LEED BPDO Option 2 compliance in our product database to see which products comply to earn each credit.
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.
LEED project teams can achieve 2 points for construction waste management with proper planning and communication. However, all projects must first develop and implement a construction and demolition waste management plan to achieve any points.
The problem with the LEED BPDO Option 2 Credits is that, while they can be achieved, your team really needs to specify which products are going to be used from the beginning of the project in order to achieve them.
Project teams can switch from LEED v4.0 to v4.1 on a credit by credit basis. Here are Green Badgers tips and recommendations for how to do so.
Highlighting construction flooring adhesives that will help you earn the LEED v4/v4.1 low-emitting materials credit.
Nothing dampens the mood like 20 pages of comments on your LEED certification review. Making sure your LEED documentation for submission to the GBCI meets all the proper requirements will keep your reviewers happy and can increase credit achievement rates.
From the manufacturer to the subcontractor, and the contractor to the design team – having a good LEED submittal can be the most complicated part of the process.
Requirements, strategies, and best practices for earning MRc2 Option 2, Multi-Attribute Optimization.