We have received the following review comment:
The "XYZ" type A EPD indicates that the global region is Chile, yet the project is located in Peru. In addition, the manufacturer location has not been reported. For future projects, ensure that the provided EPD includes the global region or manufacturer location, and is appropriate for the project location and the product being used on this LEED project.
May I assume that imported materials do not count towards this credit?
In some countries, there are only a few EPDs available and it is challenging to achieve this credit. Does anyone have experience using an "Internationl EPD" as the "global region"? Thus, we would be able to import this product and comply with the review comment.