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Diving into LEED v4 IEQ Green Cleaning credits: custodial effectiveness assessment, products and mat

GBCI: 0920014183

This masterclass will focus on the explanation and deep-dive on three LEED V4 credits under Indoor Air Quality category: custodial effectiveness assessment, products and materials, equipment.
Eligible for 1.5 CE HOURS.
  • 1.5 CE

  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED Green Associate

Rating system: v4

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Greening your Cleaning Practices: Indoor Environmental Quality: Understanding LEED requirements in Green Cleaning Policy (Products and Materials, Equipment, Custodial Effectiveness Assessment) "
Are you a practitioner in Operations and Maintenance of existing buildings looking for industry experiences with Green Cleaning policies? LEED AP O+M looking to gain meaningful understanding of  credit achievement under Indoor Environmental Quality category’s green policy pre-requisite, and Green Cleaning credits in Products and Materials, Equipment, and Custodial Effectiveness Assessment?
The focus will be on learning about the credits requirements and intent. The audience will learn about cleaning staff programs in existing buildings and implementation practices as well as  green cleaning facility monitoring procedures. Best practices for setting up a successful policy will be shared. The course will also focus on methods to review purchasing policies and inventories of cleaning products and equipment, and how to set up evaluation procedures and tools for a successful green cleaning program!

Objectives

  1. Identify key components and policies to set up green cleaning programs, evaluate procedures and tools.
  2. Understand the intent and requirements of LEED v4 IEQ credit: green cleaning - custodial effectiveness assessment
  3. Understand the intent and requirements of LEED v4 IEQ credit: green cleaning - products and materials
  4. Understand the intent and requirements of LEED v4 IEQ credit: green cleaning - equipment
Intermediate

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USGBC National Capital Region
Washington, DC
United States

Leaders

Mike Babcock

Managing Partner - Co-Founder Sustainable Building Partners

Rachel Nicely

Sustainable Program Manager Sustainable Building Partners