Materials and Resources MR Credit 4: Recycled Content
Incorporate recycled content materials to reduce impacts resulting from extraction
and processing of virgin materials.
Please contact your LEED AP
to determine a product with the proper recycled content for credit.
Materials and Resources MR Credit 5: Regional Materials
Support use of indigenous resources and reduce environmental impact of transportation
Please see our
LEED 500 map to see if your project is located near one of our mills or
Contact our LEED AP representatives
for help determining the nearest shipping location to your project
Materials and Resources MR Credit 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials
To reduce the use and depletion of finite raw materials and long-cycle renewable
materials by replacing them with rapidly renewable materials.
Materials and Resources MR Credit 7: FSC® Certified Wood
Encourage environmentally responsible forest management
Indoor Environmental Quality IEQ 4.4: Low Emitting Materials - Composite Wood
Reduce quantity of odorous, irritating and/or harmful contaminants for comfort and
well-being of occupants.
FSC certified wood products are available upon request.
Additional Innovation points may apply. See the LEED Reference Guide for details.
*These credits apply to LEED for New Construction (NC), LEED for
Commercial Interiors (CI), LEED Core & Shell (CS),
LEED for Schools (SCH) and LEED for Retail (RTL)
which includes NC and CI.
These points and products were updated July 2011. Please contact a LEED AP or refer
to the USGBC to ensure no credit
or system certification changes have occurred.
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for the design, construction, and operation of green buildings. USGBC® and related
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