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Environmental Class Doors® IDI Meeting October 12, 2006 Denver, Colorado.

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1 Environmental Class Doors® IDI Meeting October 12, 2006 Denver, Colorado

2 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. What Is LEED? Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design USGBC green building rating system Composed of: 6 Major categories 32 Credit areas 69 Credits Current LEED standard for New Construction Version 2.2 Adopted and implemented for projects registered with the USGBC after 1/1/06

3 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Architects specifications Manufacturers green washing Contractors submittal information LEED Confusion

4 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. LEED-NC: New Commercial Construction and Major Renovation Projects LEED-EB: Existing Building Projects LEED-CI: Commercial Interior Projects LEED-CS: Core and Shell Projects LEED-H: Homes LEED-ND: Neighborhood Development LEED Programs

5 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Why LEED? Environmental Impact On Buildings 65.2% of total U.S. electricity consumption > 36% of total U.S. primary energy use 30% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions 136 million tons of construction and demolition waste in the U.S. (approx. 2.8 lbs/person/day) 12% of potable water in the U.S. 40% (3 billion tons annually) of raw materials use globally

6 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. March Certified Registered September Certified Registered November Certified - 1,984 Registered October Certified - 2,069 Registered June 2006 – 360 Certified - 3,775 Registered LEED Growth

7 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Registered Projects by State - Top 10 *As of *All statistics exclude pilot projects LEED-NC® Market Transformation

8 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Whole-building approach Encourages and guides a collaborative, integrated design and construction process 4 Certification Levels depending upon the number of credits accumulated. Certified26-32 credits Silver33-38 credits Gold39-51 credits Platinum52+ credits LEED Concept

9 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. How Do Doors Fit? LEED Category IV Materials and Resources (MR) LEED Category V Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

10 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category IV Materials & Resources Credit Designation % Recycled Content - 1 credit % Recycled Content - 1 credit Marshfield DoorSystems utilizes particleboard for these 2 credits Credit is determined by the percentage of recycled material used, compared to the value of materials used on the project

11 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Recycled Content Point Calculations Post Consumer: $ for $ of post consumer products based on % of recycled material. Pre Consumer: Recycled content is based on 50% of the product value multiplied by the percentage of recycled content in the product. For example: Door cost $ x $.50 x by recycled percentage. Marshfield recycled content is 50%. Each door contributes $37.50 to the recycled calculation.

12 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. You can have a larger green value contribution by selecting MDS value-added products & services with your Environmental Class Doors ® Machining Finishing Glazing All add to total cost of door which is then factored into total green building materials Recycled Content Adding Value

13 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Credit Designation % of materials used are extracted, processed and manufactured within 500 miles of the project site % of materials used are extracted, processed and manufactured within 500 miles of the project site Category IV Materials & Resources

14 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Credit Designation 6.0 Rapidly Renewable Material Use rapidly renewable building materials and products (made from plants that are typically harvested within a ten-year cycle or shorter). Currently agrifiber doors are the only product in the door industry that meets this criteria, but MDS has chosen not to include agrifiber in its environmental product offering Because agrifiber is new to the industry, the long term performance has yet to be demonstrated Category IV Materials & Resources

15 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category IV Materials & Resources Credit Designation 7.0 Certified Wood 50% of defined wood products must use FSC materials as certified by Smartwood Marshfield offers two core types that assist in qualification for this credit FSC certified stave lumber core FSC certified particleboard core (NEW)

16 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category V Indoor Environmental Quality Credit Designation 4.1 Low Emitting Adhesive and Sealants Version 2.2 limits this point to adhesives and sealants that are FIELD APPLIED Marshfield products are neutral, meaning we neither add to nor decrease the ability to qualify for this point All Marshfield DoorSystems products utilize adhesives and sealants that meet low emitting requirements.

17 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category V Indoor Environmental Quality Credit Designation 4.2 Low Emitting Paints/Coatings Version 2.2 limits this point to paints and coatings that are FIELD APPLIED All Marshfield DoorSystems products utilize paints and coatings that meet the low emitting requirement. By utilizing factory finished doors, no disqualifying material can be used for door finishes (plus you add value)

18 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category V Indoor Environmental Quality Credit Designation 4.4 No added Urea Formaldehyde This is an all or nothing credit Composite wood and agrifiber products used on the interior of the building shall contain no added urea-formaldehyde resins or adhesives. Marshfield DoorSystems meets the no added UF requirement with all UF models See our LEED credit matrix for more information

19 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Category V Indoor Environmental Quality Credit Designation 4.4 No added or no Urea Formaldehyde adhesives or resins are used in the following door constructions: Particleboard Structural Composite Stave Core Mineral Core –See current MSDS for hazardous materials listings

20 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. MDS Products LEED-NC v2.2 Credit Matrix

21 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. LEED means FSC LEED requires formaldehyde free Doors get you the credit FSC-certified veneer is all that is needed You can decide to go for LEED certification partway through the project Green Industry Myths & Misunderstandings

22 © 2006 Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. LEED is a voluntary program designed by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Some Federal, State and Local jurisdictions require LEED standards Marshfield DoorSystems does not give credits We can only assist in obtaining the credit Marshfield DoorSystems Environmental Class Doors ® assist in satisfying LEED credit criteria Be prepared to resolve conflicting information as there is plenty that exists in the marketplace Final Thoughts


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