product for use by purchaser only 317 LEED Green Associate What standard

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LEED Green Associate What standard qualifies carbon offsets? ©GBES 319 LEED Green Associate What environmental benefit does purchasing off-site renewable energy (Green Power) have? ©GBES 320 LEED Green Associate How is a building's energy efficiency benchmarked? ©GBES 321 LEED Green Associate What does a building automation system do? ©GBES 322 LEED Green Associate What does designing for flexibility mean? ©GBES 323 LEED Green Associate What are environmental externalities? ©GBES 324
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LEED Green Associate Emissions reductions product for use by purchaser only 320 LEED Green Associate Green-e Climate certified (or equivalent) product for use by purchaser only 319 LEED Green Associate Collect data about a building's systems and track it over time product for use by purchaser only 322 LEED Green Associate EPA's ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager product for use by purchaser only 321 LEED Green Associate Transactions in which one or more parties to the transaction are not compensated and may have little choice in the transaction. Air pollution, for example, is a visible externality of manufacturing, the cost of which is generally paid by others. product for use by purchaser only 324 LEED Green Associate Designing for flexibility is a concept that considers the future use of the building and how it may be modified while at the same time reducing waste and reducing the need for new materials. product for use by purchaser only 323
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LEED Green Associate What is product transparency? ©GBES 325 LEED Green Associate What is an ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION (EPD)? ©GBES 326 LEED Green Associate What is a HEALTH PRODUCT DECLARATION (HPD)? ©GBES 327 LEED Green Associate What is a CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY REPORT (CSR)? ©GBES 328 LEED Green Associate What are three examples of building product disclosure? ©GBES 329 LEED Green Associate What are USGBC's seven guiding principles? ©GBES 330
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LEED Green Associate The Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a standardized way of quantifying the environmental impact of a product or system. It is a statement that the item meets the environmental requirements of ISO 14021?€ô1999, ISO 14025?€ô2006 and EN 15804, or product for use by purchaser only 326 LEED Green Associate Each building disclosure and optimization credit in the Materials and Resources section has two options for compliance. The first option is for material transparency - what's in the material or how was it obtained. There are third party certifications use product for use by purchaser only 325 LEED Green Associate A CSR report is a third-party verified report that includes information on how the manufacturer extracts or sources materials product for use by purchaser only 328 LEED Green Associate Health Product Declaration (HPDs) provide a full disclosure of the potential chemicals of concern in products by comparing product ingredients to a wide variety of "hazard" lists published by government authorities and scientific associations.
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