Definition

The 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 lesser 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 the Home Innovation Research Labs “Browse Green Certified Products” tool or on the 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: JUN 17 2021

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): Matériaux recyclés

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 15 2023

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