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Understanding LEED and the Triple Bottom Line

Last updated 3 years ago

The U.S. Green Building council certifies construction and renovation projects according to how environmentally sustainable and green they are. Projects that meet certain stringent guidelines receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

In order to be LEED certified, construction and renovation projects must dispose of waste materials in a way that has very little impact on the environment, preferably by recycling. LEED projects should protect the triple bottom line of building occupant health, monetary prosperity, and minimal environmental impact. Watch this video to learn more about LEED certification.

If you would to dispose of waste from your New Jersey demolition, renovation, or construction project responsibly, visit RentDumpsters.com or call us at (201) 258-3699 to learn more about our LEED recycling services. 

 

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