What is LEED®?
LEED® is a set of guidelines for environmentally sustainable design and construction. This voluntary building certification program was established by the U.S. Green Building Council to give architects, designers and builders measurable environmental objectives.
How do I qualify for LEED® credits?
Part of our commitment to beautiful design with consideration for the environment is working with you to design and build using the LEED® certification system. LEED® is a set of guidelines for environmentally sustainable design and construction. Using American Olean products may help contribute to earning LEED® points in at least two of the six categories.
Materials and Resources (M&R)
American Olean products can help obtain 6 potential LEED® Version 3 points in this category:
|2||MR2||Construction Waste Management|
Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
American Olean products can help obtain 4 potential LEED® Version 3 points in this category:
|1||IEQ 3.2||Construction Indoor Air Quality Mgmt Plan - Before Occupancy|
|1||IEQ 4.1||Low-Emitting Materials - Adhesives & Sealants|
|1||IEQ 4.2||Low-Emitting Materials - Paints & Coatings|
|1||IEQ 4.3||Low-Emitting Materials - Flooring Systems|
For more information and to download the CHPS Low-Emitting Material Standard Criteria, visit www.chps.net..