Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a green building certification program developed by the US Green Building Council. The LEED framework is recognised in most countries as a symbol for sustainaibility leadership.
How to win LEED points with ISOVER ?
|LEED v4.1 category||Contribution of ISOVER products to LEED credits||Possible points|
|Energy and atmosphere||
Optimize energy performance
|Materials and resources||
Environmental product declarations
|Indoor environmental quality||
Our contribution per category
Beginning in pre-design and continuing throughout the design phases, the project needs to identify and use opportunities to achieve synergies.
With decades of expertise in energy efficiency and modeling, we help deliver the most appropriate solutions for your project.
Energy & atmosphere
Reduce energy demand, increase energy efficiency and support use of renewable energy.
We offer a broad range of insulation solutions directed at energy efficiency, allowing you to make significant energy savings in heating and air conditioning. By using adapted insulation and energy saving techniques, up to 80% of a building’s energy consumption for heating or cooling can be saved.
Materials & Resources
Develop strategies to reduce the harm done to environment by construction: materials reuse, materials with reduced environmental impacts, management of construction waste.
We have implemented an eco-innovation program to improve the environmental footprint and sustainable design of our products at every stage of our life cycle. The footprint of our products is available in our Environmental Product Declaration (EPDs), issued in compliance with international standards.
We also work to improve the circularity of our products, by using recycled content and providing recycling services.
Indoor environmental quality
To promote the health and wellbeing of occupants, through enhanced acoustic, thermal and visual comfort for example.
We are continuously improving our products to reduce Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions, including formaldehyde, to the lowest possible levels. We are also engaged in improving the wellbeing of occupants, including acoustic and thermal comforts.
To encourage projects to achieve outstanding or innovative levels of performance.
Research and innovation into green building are at the heart of our strategy. Our efforts focus both on breakthrough innovations and on continuous improvements.