LEED

EnviroSolutions offers comprehensive solutions – including all reporting and documentation – to help your project achieve LEED certification.

These services include:

  • Creating construction waste management plans or solid waste management policies
  • Waste auditing
  • Single stream recycling programs with offsite sorting
  • Specification, procurement and installation of waste handling equipment
  • Monthly reporting of landfill diversion/recycling efforts

 

Contact us today to talk to a LEED Accredited Professional about your Green Building needs.

To gain and maintain LEED Certification for your building, your compliance efforts must be substantiated by a third-party evaluation team established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). ESI is your one-stop resource for comprehensive written documentation to support your evaluation for LEED status.

LEED DOCUMENTATION SAMPLES

Working closely with you, we’ll customize a Construction Waste Management Plan (CWMP) that describes the recycling and reporting methodology for the project, and then implement innovative recycling methods to achieve your goals, while also providing documentation required by LEED.

How it Works

Step 1 – ESI conducts project-planning meetings with your construction company to determine your LEED goals on a project.

Step 2 – Together, we develop a project-specific construction and demolition waste management program to maximize recycling in a cost effective manner.

Step 3 – ESI implements your waste management program, including on-site waste management infrastructure development, employee training and targeted materials management for recovery or reuse of specific materials.

Step 4 – ESI provides your company with monthly reports and documentation to substantiate your LEED status.

LEED New Construction Manual

EnviroSolutions can help you attain and maintain LEED certification for existing buildings, too. Working closely with you, we develop a LEED compliant Solid Waste Management Policy (SWMP). This typically begins with a waste stream audit, and ends with documentation of how your building met LEED requirements for diverting waste and completing facility alterations.

How It Works

Step 1 – Conduct a detailed audit for each property (Materials & Resources Credit 6).

Step 2 – Conduct SWMP planning meetings to determine your LEED goals on a property specific basis.

Step 3 – Develop a customized property-specific waste management policy to maximize recycling in a cost effective manner.

Step 4 – Implement SWMP to maximize waste diversion in all LEED waste categories:

  • Ongoing Consumables (Materials & Resources Credit 7)
  • Durable Goods (Materials & Resources Credit 8)
  • Facility Alterations and Additions (Materials & Resources Credit 9)

Step 5 – Provide your company with monthly reports and documentation to substantiate your LEED status.