See below how Acoustic ceilings by Eurocoustic can contribute to LEED V4.0 criteria: Innovation
To encourage projects to achieve outstanding or innovative levels or performance.
Project team can use any combination of:
- Innovation: by achieving significant, measurable environmental performance using a strategy not addresses in the LEED rating system.
- Pilot: By achieving one pilot credit from USGBC’s LEED Pilot credit library
- And exemplary performances strategies: an exemplary performance point is typically earned for achieving double the credit requirements or the next incremental percentage threshold.
Read the detailed requirement for Innovation
In line with the group's eco-innovation policy, Eurocoustic is continually innovating to anticipate the challenges of each
era: acoustic correction, fire protection, improvement of indoor air quality, reduction of environmental footprint, etc.
For example, our product Tonga® Ultra Clean HP launched in 2016 is a product that could be washed with high-pressure
jet, and has a decorative veil without added formaldehyde. This product provides maximum sound absorption (αw = 1)
for minimal impact on indoor air quality (A + labeling).
On the other hand, our new QUICK-LOCK® Corro Plus grid system offers high resistance to highly humid and aggressive
environments, thus ensuring people’s safety even in corrosive environments such as pools, aquatic centers, etc.
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Acoustic ceilings & Wall panels
See below how Acoustic panels by Ecophon can contribute to LEED V4.0 BD+C new construction.
Gypsum Walls & Partitions
See below how Gypsum Walls & Partitions by Gyproc can contribute to LEED V4.0 BD+C new construction.