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See below how  Electrochromic Glass by SageGlass can contribute to LEED V4.0 criteria:  Building life-cycle impact reduction

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The number of points is given for only information purpose. Saint-Gobain, in anyway, shall not guarantee or not be held liable for non-fulfillment of the certification which includes a broader package than constructions products employed for the targeted building.
5 points 

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Aim

To encourage adaptive reuse and optimize the environmental performance of products and materials.

Detailed requirement

Option 1 “Historic building reuse”: (5 points)

Maintain the existing building structure, envelope, and interior nonstructural elements of a historic building or contributing building in a historic district.

Option 2 “Renovation of abandoned or blighted building”: (5 points)

Maintain at least 50%, by surface area, of the existing building structure, enclosure, and interior structural elements for buildings that meet local criteria of abandoned or are considered blight.

Option 3 “Building and material reuse” (2–4 points)

Reuse or salvage building materials from off site or on site.

Option 4 “Whole-building life-cycle assessment”: (3 points)

For new construction (buildings or portions of buildings), conduct a life-cycle assessment of the project’s structure and enclosure that demonstrates a minimum of 10% reduction, compared with a baseline building. No impact category assessed as part of the life-cycle assessment may increase by more than 5% compared with the baseline building.

Read the detailed requirement for Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction

Our contribution

Option 4:
In line with the stringent environmental engagement and preference for sustainable building materials of its holding company, Saint-Gobain, SageGlass® has gone through a Life Cycle Assessment process, for which results are available under an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) verified by an independent third party. Experienced practitioners can use information from this EPD in place of default data in a whole-building life-cycle assessment model.

Glass life cycle epd_verified