LEED v4

Product Declarations, Emissions, and Impact on Paint & Coatings

From JPCL, July 2017

By RICK WATSON, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 

What impact does LEED v4 have on paint and coating selections? Learn about new point calculations and categories, as well as how specifying products with third-party certifications and testing can help earn points for emissions, TVOC content and material ingredient transparency....


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Tagged categories: Coating selection; Good Technical Practice; Green building; Green design; Green Guard; Indoor air quality; LEED v4; SCAQMD; SCAQMD Rule 1113; Sherwin-Williams; Specification; Sustainability; UL; VOC content; VOC emissions

Comment from Jesse Melton, (8/15/2017, 10:41 AM)

For all the costs that go into the architectural side of a hospital you'd think they would all look different. They might as well have a universal design.


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