Entry Type ID Date Applicable Rating System Primary Credit Inquiry (LIs) Ruling (LIs) Related Addenda/LIs Related Resources Campus Applicable Internationally Applicable Country Applicability Reference Guide (Addenda) Page (Addenda) Location (Addenda) Description of Change (Addenda) "Reference Guide Correction" "100001914" "2014-10-01" "New Construction, Core and Shell, Schools - New Construction, Retail - New Construction, Healthcare, Data centers - New Construction, Hospitality - New Construction, Warehouse and distribution centers - New Construction, Commercial Interiors, Retail - Commercial Interiors, Hospitality - Commercial Interiors, Existing Buildings, Schools - Existing Buildings, Retail - Existing Buildings, Data centers - Existing Buildings, Hospitality - Existing Buildings, Warehouse and distribution centers - Existing Buildings" "WE102 - Indoor water use reduction" "None" "International Water Labeling Programs" "X" "BD+C 279; ID+C:99; O+M: 145, 170" "Further Explanation, International Tips" "Replace ""Projects in unlisted countries must comply with the 20%-below-baseline requirement but have no additional performance requirements"" with: ""Project outside the U.S. must meet WaterSense flush and flow rates.""\nn Change to Guidance document:\n ""Projects in countries listed in the WaterSense Equivalencies section of the International Water Labeling Programs document must select fixtures with the designated label in place of the WaterSense requirement.\n\n Countries without a listed labeling program must meet the following flush and flow requirements: (Table 6 minus private lav and kitchen sinks) \n\n *Tank type toilets only. Flushometer toilets do not have an equivalent requirement for WaterSense."" " "Reference Guide Correction" "100001990" "2015-04-01" "Existing Buildings, Schools - Existing Buildings, Retail - Existing Buildings, Data centers - Existing Buildings, Hospitality - Existing Buildings, Warehouse and distribution centers - Existing Buildings" "WE103 - Indoor water use reduction" "None" "None" "X" "145, 170" "Further Explanation, International Tips" "Add the following language to International Tips under the Further Explanation section:\n\n ""Pressure testing standards\n Supply water pressure and flow rate pressure testing standards vary throughout the world. For consistency, it is recommended that all projects use the flow rates reported by the manufacturer at 60 psi (415 kPa) for lavatories and kitchen sinks and 80 psi (550 kPa) for showerheads, or obtain the rated flow rates from an independent testing company.\n\n If the manufacturer or testing company cannot provide the rated flow rate, project teams may use on-site tests to report the most accurate volume of water use. The fixture performance baseline would be developed by testing a baseline fixture onsite in the context of the building water pressure. The design case would use the actual measured flow rate of the fixtures installed in the project. The underlying assumptions used for calculating projected water use savings must remain consistent between the baseline and design cases."""