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How the LEED Rating System Works

Last updated 3 years ago

Green homes are growing in popularity because of their energy- and waste-saving features. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System is a nationally-recognized and accepted rating system that measures a building’s environmental and health benefits. A home’s LEED rating is tested, verified, and certified by a third party. The LEED rating incorporates a home’s energy efficiency, water conservation savings, indoor air quality, site development, and materials selection. You can learn more about the LEED rating system and how a home becomes LEED certified by watching this informative video. is here to make your next construction project easier and more environmentally friendly. You can contact one of our waste management experts by calling (201) 258-3699 for more information about dumpster rentals and LEED recycling options in NJ. Visit us on the web for more information about the benefits of green demolition and construction.


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