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LEED v2009
Healthcare
Sustainable Sites
Brownfield redevelopment

LEED CREDIT

Healthcare-v2009 SSc3: Brownfield Redevelopment 1 point

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Intent

To rehabilitate damaged sites where development is complicated by environmental contamination and to reduce pressure on undeveloped land.

Requirements

Projects can achieve this point only via SS Prerequisite 2: Environmental Site Assessment and remediating site contamination.

Projects where asbestos is found and remediated may also earn this credit. Testing should be done in accordance with EPA Reg 40CFR part 763, when applicable.

Streamlined path available

Achievement of this credit can be documented via a LEED ND v2009 submittal. For more information check out this article.

SITES-LEED Equivalency

This LEED credit (or a component of this credit) has been established as equivalent to a SITES v2 credit or component. For more information on using the equivalency as a substitution in your LEED or SITES project, see this article and guidance document.

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© Copyright U.S. Green Building Council, Inc. All rights reserved.

Intent

To rehabilitate damaged sites where development is complicated by environmental contamination and to reduce pressure on undeveloped land.

Requirements

Projects can achieve this point only via SS Prerequisite 2: Environmental Site Assessment and remediating site contamination.

Projects where asbestos is found and remediated may also earn this credit. Testing should be done in accordance with EPA Reg 40CFR part 763, when applicable.

Streamlined path available

Achievement of this credit can be documented via a LEED ND v2009 submittal. For more information check out this article.

SITES-LEED Equivalency

This LEED credit (or a component of this credit) has been established as equivalent to a SITES v2 credit or component. For more information on using the equivalency as a substitution in your LEED or SITES project, see this article and guidance document.

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