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Healthy Materials Advanced | Green Building Training Program
May 19 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
In this course, participants will learn which Materials & Resources (MR) credits in LEED v4 your project can easily achieve, and what you need to know to get them. TheMR credits in LEED v4 move us away from single-attribute product selection, and toward having a richer set of data to make more robust product selections using multiple attributes.
The following will be covered:
● Product transparency and LEED
● Health Product Declarations & Cradle to Cradle
● Environmental Product Declarations
● Sourcing of Raw Materials
● Low-emitting materials, occupant health, and LEED
● All About VOCs: content & emissions We’ll look at the things to watch out for in key product categories, and how you can identify preferable alternatives.
● Part One: 9:00am to 12:00pm
● Lunch / Break
● Part Two: 1:00pm to 4:00pm
6 LU/HSW AIA Hour(s) Availible
This course is taught by Brent Ehrlich. As BuildingGreen’s Products & Materials Specialist, Brent excels at deep, unbiased, and nuanced technical research on the health and environmental impacts of green building products and materials.
You and your business may be eligible to take this training for FREE! Learn more about this opportunity at our Green Building Training Program website.
Green Building Training Program Information
This course is now funded through the Commonwealth Workforce Training Fund’s Small Business Direct Access Program (SBDAP). If you are a small, Massachusetts-based business that employs 100 people or less, you and your employees may be eligible to take this training session for free! Learn more about this opportunity at our Green Building Training Program website.
** This course will be hosted virtually. All attendees, regardless of whether or not they are eligible for the Green Building Training Program (GBTP), must register for the course through our Eventbrite page. For GBTP participants, your company’s enrollment in the Commonwealth Workforce Training Fund’s Small Business Direct Access Program (SBDAP) must be verified before you can access the Zoom link – unverified participants will not be let into the meeting. **