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Building or Remodeling a Home? Make Sure it is LEED Compliant!

Last updated 5 years ago

As New Jersey residents and businesses become more concerned about the impact that energy consumption has on the environment, building construction and design strategies have become more focused on producing energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly homes. One example of these efforts is the creation of the LEED certification program. Here’s a look at what LEED certification is and what you can do to make your NJ home or building LEED compliant:

 

What is LEED?

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system was developed by the United States Green Building Council to encourage the construction of environmentally responsible and energy-efficient homes and buildings. Today, the LEED program is one of the most widely used green building standards used throughout the world.

How to Achieve LEED Certification

LEED certification is available in four different levels, each signifying different levels of energy efficiency. Buildings are scored based on many different factors, including water and energy efficiency, quality of materials, and waste removal. Here are three tips for achieving LEED certification for your building remodeling or construction project:

1. Consider Long-Term Values

Because remodeling or building a facility is expensive, it’s important to plan your project with long-term cost and energy savings in mind. Choose high-quality, environmentally friendly products over cheaper materials to gain long-term satisfaction throughout the life of your home.

2. Hire Green Contractors

Be sure to choose contractors that are familiar with LEED requirements and are invested in protecting the environment. Working with experienced professionals, from the roofers to your dumpster rental company, can help prevent errors that will decrease your chances of LEED certification.

3. Recycle

Dispose of waste in environmentally friendly ways by working with a dumpster rental service that provides recycling. Renting a recycling dumpster makes it easy to separate trash from reusable and recyclable materials, and can help enhance your LEED rating.

At RentDumpsters.com we are committed to keeping the state of New Jersey’s environment and residents healthy. All eligible waste collected in our dumpsters is processed according to the LEED recycling guidelines.  For peace of mind and responsible rubbish removal, contact us today and set up a dumpster rental for your commercial or residential renovation project. For more information about our services call us at (888) 772-7368.

 

 

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