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Inherently Nonemitting

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posted by Allen Cornett on Apr 3, 2023, 1:19 pm

2024- 5:56 pm I don't know of any 'joint tapes' that would be considered inherently nonemitting.  Here is a forum discussion that may help: Joint Compound and Joint Tape- GREENGUARD Gold...

Last reply: Ralph Bicknese, May 8, 2024, 6:08 pm

New Requirement? CDPH Emissions Testing Under Certain Conditions?

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Brian Salazar on May 8, 2024, 9:46 am

I have recently had LEED review for LEM kicked back because the Greenguard Gold or other material certificates were presumed under CDPH v1.2 for Classroom environment vs Office environment. I...

Last reply: Emily Purcell, May 8, 2024, 10:39 am

Tips for selecting product categories:

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Marcelo Alencar Pereira on May 6, 2024, 4:34 pm

What are your opinions on the four product categories that are most conducive to obtaining LEED EQ Credit: Low Emitting Materials, in version 4.1 (BD+C)? Factors to consider include market...

Last reply: Maria Porter, May 7, 2024, 2:34 am

plastic laminate?

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Erin Holdenried on Jan 4, 2022, 1:53 pm

Randi B. Sustainability Consultant/PM LEEDuser Basic Member September 24, 2022- 1:17 pm Related discussion can be found here:  https://leeduser.buildinggreen.com/forum/high-pressure-laminate-category... Log in or register to post comments Summer Gorder Owner ecoREAL LEEDuser Premium Member 64 thumbs up May 3, 2024- 12:40 pm This link is broken but I assume it is pointing towards  https://leeduser.buildinggreen.com/forum/high-pressure-laminate-category-low-emitting-materials. So a plastic laminate used on built in cabinetry would be placed in the furniture category. Same for composite countertops that are built in (with no wood). Log in or register to post comments ...

Last reply: Summer Gorder, May 3, 2024, 12:40 pm

Millwork built offsite and installed as built in cabinetry

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Summer Gorder on Apr 29, 2024, 7:51 pm

I have Millwork that was built offsite and installed as built in cabinetry. I've seen a lot of back and forth on this and I'm wondering if it has ever finalized. It contains Plastic Laminate,...

"Everything within the waterproofing membrane"

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by James Keohane on Jun 24, 2020, 12:14 pm

The credit language states that materials which must meet the requirements are "everything within the waterproofing membrane."

The waterproofing membrane itself ( e.g....

Last reply: Adrienne Lynn, Feb 28, 2024, 4:36 pm

TVOC ranges

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Karim Farah on Jan 24, 2024, 4:46 pm

Hello,

I am seeking clarification on a specific requirement mentioned in LEED V4.1 EQ Credit: Low Emitting Materials, specifically on page 235. The document mentions that...

Last reply: Denise Bevilaqua, Jan 24, 2024, 6:39 pm

Fire Treated Plywood- how to document PS 1 or PS 2 standard?

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Erin Holdenried on May 9, 2022, 11:21 am

Anybody have advice on how to document a plywood product is manufactured to PS-1 or PS-2 standard for fire treated products?  I am getting pushback from...

Last reply: Denise Bevilaqua, Dec 13, 2023, 6:25 pm

NSF/ANSI 140 Carpet- Platinum corticate

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Osman Faroq on Nov 13, 2023, 3:25 am

Dears, 

is NSF/ANSI 140 Carpet - Platinum certificate approved and considered in Low Emitting Credit? I've looked at the certification and there is no reference to CDPH standards.

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Last reply: Patty Karapinar, Nov 29, 2023, 3:52 pm

GEOFOAM

NC-v4.1 EQc2: Low-emitting materials
posted by Angi Rivera on Nov 16, 2023, 3:42 pm

Has anyone ever had EPS Geo Foam on a project? We have a project where the foam is used underneath bleechers, inside the main concrete...

Last reply: Erica Downs, Nov 17, 2023, 7:41 am