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How many pre-reqs are there for Materials and Resources?
1
How many points can you earn from Materials and Resources?
13
What is MR Pre-req 1?
Storage & Collection of recyclables
What is MR Credit 1.1?
Building Reuse- Maintain 75% of existing walls, floors & roof
What is MR Credit 1.2?
Building Reuse- Maintain 95% of existing walls, floors & roof
What is MR credit 1.3?
Building Reuse- Maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements
What is MR credit 2.1?
Construction Waste Management- Divert 50% from Disposal
What is MR credit 2.2?
Construction Waste Management- Divert 75% from Disposal
What is MR Credit 3.1?
Materials Reuse-5%
What is MR credit 3.2?
Materials reuse- 10%
What is MR credit 4.1?
Recycled Content- 10%(post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
What is MR credit 4.2?
Recycle Content-20%(post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)
What is MR credit 5.1?
Regional Materials- 10% extracted, processed & manufactured regionally
What is MR credit 5.2?
Regional Materials - 20% extracted, processed and manufactured regionally
What is MR credit 6?
Rapidly renewable materials
What is MR credit 7?
Certified Wood
What is the intent of Pre-req MR 1: Storage & Collection of Recyclables
Facilitate the reduction of waste generated by building occupants that is hauled to and disposed of in landfills.
What are the requirements for pre-req MR1: Storage & collection of Recyclables?
Provide an easily accessible area that serves the entre building and is dedicated to the collection and storage of non-hazardous materials for recycling, including (ata minimum) papaer, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics and metals.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for pre-req Mr1: storage & collection of recyclables?
coordinate the size and functionality of the recycling areas with the anticipated collection service for glass, plastic, office paper, newspaper, cardboard and organic wastes to maximize the effectiveness of the dedicated areas. Consider employing cardboard balers, aluminum can crushers, recycling chutes and collection bins at individual workstations to further enhance the recycling program.
What is the intent of MR credit 1.1: Building Reuse maintain 75% of existing walls, floors & roof?
Extend the life cycle of existing building stock, conserve resources, retain cultural resources, reduce waste and reduce environmental impacts of new buildings as they relate to materials manufacturing and transport.
What are the requirements for MR credit 1.1: building reuse maintain 75% of existing walls, floors and roofs?
Maintain at least 75% (based on surface area) of existing building structure (including structural floor and roof decking) and envelope (exterior skin and framing, excluding window assemblies and non-structural roofing material) Hazardous materials that are remediated as a part of the project scope shall be excluded from the calculation of the percentage maintained. If the project includes an addition to an existing building, this credit is not applicable if the square footage of the addition is more than 2 times the square footage of the existing building.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR credit 1.1: Building reuse maintain 75% of existing walls, floors & roof?
Consider reuse of existing, previously occupied buildings, including structure, envelope and elements. Remove elements that pose contamination risk to building occupants and upgrade componnets that would improve energy and water efficicency such as windows, mechanical systems and plumbing fixtuers. Quantify the extent of building reuse
What is the intent, requirements and potential technologies & strategies for MR Credit 1.2: Building Reuse Maintain 95% of Existing Walls, Floors & Roof?
Same as MR credit 1.1 except 90% where noted 75%. Adds one credit on top of MR Credit 1.1
What is the intent of MR credit 1.3: Building Reuse Maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements?
Extend the life cycle of existing building stock, conserve resoureces, retain cultural resources, reduce waste and reduce environmental impacts of new buildings as they relate to materials manufacturing and transport.
What are the requirements for MR credit 1.3: Building Reuse maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements?
Use existing interior non-structural elements (interior walls, dorrs, floor coverings and ceiling systems) in at least 50% (by area) of the completed building (including additions). If the project includes an addition to an existing building, this credit is not applicable if the square footage of the addition is more than 2 times the square footage of the existing building.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR credit 1.3: Building reuse- Maintain 50% of interior non-structural elements?
Consider reuse of existing, previously occupied buildings, including structure, envelope and interior non-structural elements. REmove elements that pose contamination risk to building occupants and upgrade componenets that would improve energy and water efficiency, such as mechanical systems and plumbing fixtures. Quantify the extent of building reuse.
What is the intent of MR credit 2.1: Construction Waste Management divert 50% from disposal?
Divert construction and demolition debris from disposal in landfills and incinerators. Redirect recyclable recovered resources back to the manufacturing process. REdirect reusable materials to appropriate sites.
What are the requirements of MR credit 2.1: Construction Waste Management divert 50% from disposal?
Recycle and/or salvage at least 50% of non-hazardous construction and demolition. Develop and implement a construction waste managment plan that, at a minimum, identifies the materials to be diverted from disposal and whether the materials will be sorted on-site or comingled. Excavated soil and land-clearing debris does noor contribute to this credit. Calculations can be done by wieght or volume, but must be consistent thorughout.
What are the potential technologies and strategies of MR credit 2.1: Construction Waste Management divert 50% from disposal?
Establish goals for diverions from disposal in landfills and incinerators and adopt a construction waste management plan to achieve these goals. Consider recycling cardboard, metal, brick, acoustical tile, concrete, plastic, clean wood, glas, gypsum wallboard, carpet and insulation. NOte, that diversion may include donation of materials to charitable organizations and salvage of materials on-site.
What is the intent, requirements, and potential technologies and strategies for MR credit 2.2: Construction Waste management diver 75% from disposal.
same as credit 2.1 except 75% where noted 50%.
What is the intent of MR Credit 3.1: Material reuse 5%?
Reuse building materials and products in order to reduce demand for virgin materials and to reduce waste, thereby impacts associated with the extraction and processiong of virgin resources
What are the requirements for MR Credit 3.1: Material reuse 5%
Use salvaged, refurbished or reused materials such taht the sum of these materials constitutes at least 5%, based on cost, of the total value of materials on the project. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing components and specialty items such as elevators and equipment shall not be inlcuded in this calculation. must be permanently installed
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR Credit 3.1: Material reuse 5%?
Identify opportunities to incorporate salvaged materials into building design and research potential material suppliers. Consider salvaged materials such as beams and posts, flooring, paneling, doors and frames, cabinetry and furniture, brick and decorative items.
What is the intent, requirements, and potential technologies & strategies for MR credit 3.2: Material reuse 10%?
Same as MR Credit 3.1 except 10% where noted 5%
What are the requirements for MR credit 4.1: Recycled Content 10%(Post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)?
Use materials with recycled content such that the sum of post-consumer recycled content plus one-half of the pre-consumer cotnetn constitutes at least 10% (based on cost) of the total value of the materials in the project. The recycled value of a material assembly shall be determined by wight. The recycled fraction of the assembly is then multiplied by the cost of assembly to determine the recycled content value. MEP components shall be excluded. Only include materials permanently installed.
What are the potential technologies & Strategies for MR credit 4.1: Recycled Content 10%(Post-consumer + 1/2 pre-consumer)?
Establish a project goal for recycled content materials and identify material suppliers that can achieve this goal. During construction, ensure that the specified recycled content materials are installed. Consider a range of environmental, economic and performance attributes when selecting products and materials.
What/Whom is a post-consumer material?
is defined as waste material generated by households or by commercial industrial, and institutional facilities in their role as end-users of the product, which can no longer be used for its intended purpose.
What/Whom is a pre-consumer material?
Pre-consumer material is defined as material diverted from the waste stream during the manufacturing process. EXcluded is reutilization of materials such as rework, regrind or scrap generated in a process and acapable of being reclaimed within the same process that generated it.
What are the requirements for MR credit 5.1: Regional Materials 10% Extracted, Procesed & Manufactured Regionally?
Use building materials or products that have been extracted, harveste or recovered, as well as manufactured within 500 miles of the project site for a minium of 10%(based on cost) of the total materials value. If only a fraction of a product or material is extracted/harvested/recovered and amanufactured locally, then only that percentage (by weight) shall contribute to the regional value. MEP excluded in calc. Furniture may be included, providing it is inlcuded consistently in MR credits 3-7.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR credit 5.1: Regional Materials 10% Extracted, Procesed & Manufactured Regionally?
Establish a project goal for locally sourced materials, and identify materials and material suppliers that can achieve this goal. During Construction, ensure that the specified local materials are installed and quantify the total percentage of local materials installed. Consider a range of environmental, economic and performance attributes when selecting products and materials.
What are the requirements for MR credit 5.2: Regional Materials 20% Extracted, Procesed & Manufactured Regionally?
The same as MR credit 5.1 except with 10% more.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR credit 5.2: Regional Materials 20% Extracted, Procesed & Manufactured Regionally?
The same as MR Credit 5.1
What are the requirements for MR credit 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials?
Use rapidly renewable building materials and products (made from plants taht are typically harvested within a ten-year cycle or shorter) for 2.5% of the total value of all building amterials and products used in the project, based on cost.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR Credit 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials?
Establish a project goal for rapidly renwable materials and identify products and supplieers that can support achievement of this goal. Consider materials such as bamboo, wool, cotton insulation, agrifiber, linoleum, wheatboard, strawboard and cork. During construction, ensure hat the specified materials are installed.
What are the requirements for MR Credit 7: Certified Wood?
Use a minimum 50% of wood-based materials and products, which are certified in accordance with the Forest STewardship Council's principles and criteria, for wood building componenets. These componenets inlcude, but are not limited to, structural framing and general dimensional framing, flooring, sub-flooring, wood doors and finishes. Include materials permanently installed in the project. Wood products purchaseed for temporary use on the project may be inlcuded in the caluclation at the project team's discretion. If any such materials are inlcuded, all such materials must be inlcuded in the calculation. Materials only apply for one project. Furniture may be included providing it is included consistently in MR Credits 3-7.
What are the potential technologies & strategies for MR Credit 7: Certified Wood?
Establish a project goal for FSC-certified wood products and identify suppliers that can achieve this goal. During construction, ensure that the FSC-Certified wood products installed.