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ConCrete Contributions to LeeD v4

• Recycled content, which is still calculated as postconsumer content plus ½ preconsumer content • USGBC-approved program Concrete typically uses supplementary cementitious materials, such as fly ash, silica fume, and slag cement, which are considered pos

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Using Pervious Concrete to Achieve LEED Points

Using Pervious Concrete to Achieve LEED Points Director of Codes and Sustainability, NRMCA . As appearing in Concrete Infocus, a publication of NRMCA, Winter 2008 . Pervious concrete is a unique and innovative means to manage stormwater. When pervious con

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NRMCA Introduces LEED Calculator As Latest Tool in Promoting

Sep 28, 2010 · The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has introduced the Recycled Content and Regional Material Calculator for the Concrete Industry (LEED calculator), an Excel-based program which calculates concrete's contribution to the LEED 2.2

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Part 2: How LEED v4 impacts concrete masonry - A. Jandris & Sons

Mar 07, 2017 · For example, under LEED 2009 there were 2 stand alone credits that concrete masonry could contribute; recycled content and regional materials. in LEED v4, recycled content falls under one new credit, Building Product Disclosure & Optimizat

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White Paper- ICF Points to LEED-BuildBlock Building Systems

May 06, 2016 · The concrete mix used for ICFs can incorporate high percentages of fly-ash, which is 100% post-consumer recycled, and the reinforcing steel is generally 80% plus post consumer recycled. For LEED calculations, the recycled content is determ

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CONCRETE MASONRY & HARDSCAPE® PRODUCTS IN LEED 2009

Recycled materials can be used as a partial replacement for cement, or as aggregate. A full discussion, including calculation methods for recycled content, is discussed in TEK 6-6B, Determining the Recycled Content of Concrete Masonry Products (ref. 12).

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Steel Takes LEED with Recycled Content

cled content or its reclamation rate. Recycled content is a measure of how much recycled mate-rial is contained in a finished product. The recla-mation rate is a measure of how often a product is actually recycled at the end of its useful life. Steel is a

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Asphalt LEED Points - Eco-Agg Concrete Recycling

Most asphalt pavements contain some percentage of recycled asphalt pavement, but pavements must use above 20 percent of recycled asphalt content to earn up to two LEED points.

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Using Slag Cement in Sustainable Construction

Materials and Resources MR 4.1 Recycled Content: 5 Percent (Post Consumer and 1⁄2 Post-Industrial) 1 Materials and Resources MR 4.2 Recycled Content: 10 Percent (Post

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Fly Ash

pre-consumer) This credit is awarded if concrete consists of at least 30% fly ash, slag, or other cement substitute and/or 50% recycled content or reclaimed aggregate by volume, or 90% recycled content or reclaimed aggregate based on the IS0 14021 definit

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