How can EPDs/HPDs help with LEED projects?
- LEED v4 projects can earn points for using products supported with EPDs and HPDs
- Products covered by EPDs/HPDs can contribute to one (1) point in the Material and Resources credit category
- To earn one (1) point, building project teams must use at least twenty (20) products from at least five (5) manufacturers which have EPDs
- Engage the design team during a building project’s kick-off meeting to let them know which products can contribute toward points with an EPD and/or HPD
- Specify products that have a published EPD and/or HPD and transfer the EPD/HPD documentation to the design team leade
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