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How Product Selection Can Impact LEED Certification

Eligible for 1 BICSI CEC and 1 AIA HSW (post webinar quiz must be passed to qualify)

In this webinar:

With the overhaul of the Materials & Resources credit category as part of the LEED v4 rollout, it can be a little confusing to figure out how the selection of certain products earns points toward certification. This webinar will explain how LEED v4 is different from its predecessors, the revamp of the Materials & Resources credits section, the different ways that product transparency documents can be used to satisfy those credits, how to identify manufacturers that provide this documentation and how certain products can help achieve LEED points.

After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the difference between HPDs, EPDs, and MHAs.
  • Describe how cabling systems can help earn LEED credits.
  • Identify the differences in LEED v4 requirements vs. previous versions of LEED.
  • Recognize manufacturers that properly ensure transparency and credibility through product documentation.

Alice Albrinck, LEED Green Associate
Senior Materials Engineer

Alice Albrinck Headshot

Alice Albrinck joined Belden in 2011 as a materials development engineer. Prior to this, she performed a similar function at General Cable, specializing in PVC formulation. In the past three years, she has shifted her focus to sustainability, green building and environmental product compliance. She represents Belden on many environmental and sustainably industry working groups. She earned her LEED Green Associate in early 2017. Alice also has a bachelor's of science degree in chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

For more than 100 years, customers who have required unsurpassed performance and durability for signal transmission have counted on the Belden brand. In the 20th century, that trust was built on high-performance wire and cable products.

Today, Belden designs, manufactures and sells a comprehensive portfolio of cable, connectivity and networking products for the transmission of signals for data, sound and video applications.

Alice Albrinck, LEED Green Associate
Senior Materials Engineer

Alice Albrinck Headshot

Alice Albrinck joined Belden in 2011 as a materials development engineer. Prior to this, she performed a similar function at General Cable, specializing in PVC formulation. In the past three years, she has shifted her focus to sustainability, green building and environmental product compliance. She represents Belden on many environmental and sustainably industry working groups. She earned her LEED Green Associate in early 2017. Alice also has a bachelor's of science degree in chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

For more than 100 years, customers who have required unsurpassed performance and durability for signal transmission have counted on the Belden brand. In the 20th century, that trust was built on high-performance wire and cable products.

Today, Belden designs, manufactures and sells a comprehensive portfolio of cable, connectivity and networking products for the transmission of signals for data, sound and video applications.