Myrtha Pools for LEED CERTIFICATION

Our contribution to the efficiency and sustainability of buildings

What is LEED®.

 

LEED® (Leadership in Energy Environmental Design) is a voluntary certification system for the management, design and construction of buildings that are sustainable from a social, environmental and economic point of view and in terms of the wellbeing of the users.
Established in the United States in 1993 by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is now the most widespread building sustainability certification standard in the world. It considers every field that involves the design and management of buildings or neighbourhoods, both commercial and residential new or undergoing requalification.

In 2019 the company has enabled the mapping of Myrtha Pools, according to the international LEED V4 standard, in order to highlight the characteristics of their processes and products. This action has been taken to identify how they can specifically contribute to sustainability goals of Investments in the construction sector and to develop a matrix of specific credit they can contribute toward satisfying under specific scheme of green building certification.

 

Download here the results of analysis and the synthetic checklist of contribution toward satisfying LEED V4 (LEED V4 BD+C) credits.

 

What is LEED®.

 

LEED® (Leadership in Energy Environmental Design) is a voluntary certifi cation system for the management, design and construction of buildings that are sustainable from a social, environmental and economic point of view and in terms of the wellbeing of the users.
Established in the United States in 1993 by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is now the most widespread building sustainability certifi cation standard in the world. It considers every fi eld that involves the design and management of buildings or neighbourhoods, both commercial and residential new or undergoing requalification.

In 2019 the company has enabled the mapping of Myrtha Pools, according to the international LEED V4 standard, in order to highlight the characteristics of their processes and products. This action has been taken to identify how they can specifically contribute to sustainability goals of Investments in the construction sector and to develop a matrix of specific credit they can contribute toward satisfying under specific scheme of green building certification.

 

Download here the results of analysis and the synthetic checklist of contribution toward satisfying LEED V4 (LEED V4 BD+C) credits.

INTEGRATIVE PROCESS

Total Engineering

WATER
EFFICIENCY

Filtration regenerated Media

ENERGY
EFFICIENCY

Filtration and manuals and commissioning procedures

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

Whole building Life Cycle Assessment

INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Low emitting materials

INNOVATION

Bim, CFD, Pure White

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