Presentation on theme: "ANSI/ASHRAE /USGBC/IES/ Standard 189.1-2011 AND ITS REQUIREMENTS COMPARED TO LEED V 3 Presented by: Rachael Green Huitt-Zollars; USGBC North Texas Chapter."— Presentation transcript:
ANSI/ASHRAE /USGBC/IES/ Standard 189.1-2011 AND ITS REQUIREMENTS COMPARED TO LEED V 3 Presented by: Rachael Green Huitt-Zollars; USGBC North Texas Chapter firstname.lastname@example.org 214-871-3311 x 10127
ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011LEED v3 CHAPTER 5 SITE SUSTAINABILITY SECTION 5.3.4 PLANTS NO REQUIREMENTS FOR INVASIVE SPECIES DISPOSAL. 220.127.116.11 Invasive Plants Invasive plants shall be removed from the building project site and destroyed or disposed of in a land fill.
ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011LEED v3 Section 18.104.22.168 Diversion - Minimum of 50% Diverted Section 22.214.171.124 Total Waste - Limitations and required prior to CO CHAPTER 9 – THE BUILDINGS IMPACT ON THE ATMOSPHERE, MATERIALS AND RESOURCES SECTION 9.3.1 CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT 1 point for 50% 2 points for 75% 1 point for ID at 95% 1 point for RP in some locations if you achieve 50% MATERIALS AND RESOURCES CREDIT 2 – CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT
ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011LEED v3 Section 126.96.36.199 Recyclables – dedicated areas for paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics and metals Section 188.8.131.52 Reusable goods – with residential spaces dedicated area for discarded but clean items in good condition for charitable organizations or others to arrange pickup Section 184.108.40.206 Fluorescent and HID Lamps and Ballasts – dedicated area CHAPTER 9 – THE BUILDINGS IMPACT ON THE ATMOSPHERE, MATERIALS AND RESOURCES SECTION 9.3.4 STORAGE AND COLLECTION OF RECYCLABLES AND DISCARDED GOODS Dedicated area for paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics and metals MATERIALS AND RESOURCES PREREQUISITE 1 STORAGE AND COLLECTION OF RECYCLABLES
ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011LEED v3 No-Idling of Construction Vehicles: Vehicle staging areas shall be established for waiting to load or unload materials. These staging areas shall be located 100 ft (30m) from any outdoor air intakes, operable openings, and hospitals, schools, residences, hotels, daycare facilities, elderly housing and convalescent facilitates. CHAPTER 10 CONSTRUCTION AND PLANS FOR OPERATION SECTION 10.3.1.6 CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY POLLUTION PREVENTION NO REQUIREMENTS.
ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011LEED v3 What needs to be recycled, where can it be recycled, how can it be recycled, costs associated with recycling CHAPTER 10 CONSTRUCTION AND PLANS FOR OPERATION 10.3.2.3 SERVICE LIFE PLAN CRADLE To CRADLE NO REQUIREMENTS.
How does it impact you? Recyclers: Value added service Municipalities: Knowledge of what requirements are needed for building code/compliance Waste industry: Identify future partners and what synergies there are. Think outside the box. Identify and think about what are you asking, where and what is allowed, where is it going and end of life disposal. Landfill: Clearly identify and educate everyone on what you do and don’t want and why or why not. ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2011 vs. LEED v3