Definition

Structure includes multiple products that have a significant amount of postconsumer recycled content. Major green building programs tend to use 25 percent postconsumer recycled content as a threshold. Postindustrial recycled content tends to count toward overall content, but to a less scale. Some more common examples of recycled content materials include masonry, paving stones, or foundations with fly ash; aluminum gutters and downspouts; decking; drywall fibers, insulation, and house wrap; vinyl plastics; countertops; and cabinets, interior doors, or trim. More details are available on Home Innovation Research Labs “Browse Green Certified Products” tool or LEED Environmentally Preferred Products credit table.

 

Lookup Value: Recycled Materials


Legacy OData Value: RecycledMaterials

Lookup Name: GreenSustainability

Synonym(s):  --

Element Status: ACTIVE

BEDES: --

Revision Date: MAY 13 2016

Version Added: 1.5.0

Lookup Name ID: 0c40148

Lookup ID: 9188d1f

References: RESI,RLSE,RINC,MOBI,FARM,COMS,COML

Spanish (Lookup Display Name): Materiales Reciclados

French-Canadian (Lookup Display Name): --

Lookup Status Change Date: JUN 21 2016


Usage

GreenSustainability (Property)

  • 47% of Systems (8/17)
  • 3% of Organizations (16/501)

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Page Revision Date: Nov 08 2023

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