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MR115 - Building product disclosure and optimization - material ingredients
LEED BD+C: New Construction, LEED BD+C: Core and Shell, LEED BD+C: Schools, LEED BD+C: Retail, LEED BD+C: Healthcare, LEED BD+C: Data Centers, LEED BD+C: Hospitality, LEED BD+C: Warehouses and Distribution Centers, LEED ID+C: Commercial Interiors, LEED ID+C: Retail, LEED ID+C: Hospitality, LEED O+M: Existing Buildings, LEED O+M: Schools, LEED O+M: Retail, LEED O+M: Data Centers, LEED O+M: Hospitality, LEED O+M: Warehouses and Distribution Centers
Rating System Version:
v4 - LEED v4
Can Cradle to Cradle certified products use the Material Health score to meet the credit requirements for Option 2 in the Material Ingredients credit instead of the overall score for the product (incl...
Yes, products that have received a full C2C certification may use the score for the material health category to document Option 2 of the Material Ingredients credit. The value for the material health...