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Tap into Growth & Opportunity In Green Building

Tap into Growth & Opportunity In Green Building

Join The Leaders In Material Health

The Power of Material Health in Green Building

Manufacturers: Join the leaders in Material Health. Expand your product marketplace in green building, innovate and improve your products with HPDs.

Project Teams: Find products that match your project guidelines. HPDs provide material transparency data on over 33,000 products, harmonized with LEED, WELL and many others

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Manufacturers

Manufacturers

Access easy and inexpensive tools to fully identify and disclose product ingredients.

Project Teams

Project Teams

Find easy access to building product detailed content information for green building projects.

HPD Builder

HPD Builder

Automate program and supplier communications. Supplier Extension integrates with supply chain partners.

HPD Public Repository

HPD Public Repository

Find products that meet project guidelines. Advanced User Features designed to assist project teams.

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LEED Credit

The Material Ingredients credit is the fastest-growing category in LEED. Learn how product ingredient transparency (HPDs) enables LEED credits, expands your market, improves your brand, ESG score, and lowers your carbon footprint.

Success Stories

Learn how Rewoodd has repurposed over 3480 tons of mostly old-growth California Redwood that would have been otherwise sent to a landfill.

Membership

Membership in HPDC signals your commitment to the continuous improvement of the building industry through transparency, openness and innovation.

Material Health News & Events

LEEDv5 Material Ingredients Credit – Background and Recommendation Report

HPD Collaborative (HPDC) is pleased to collaborate with USGBC and LEED Material Ingredients programs to recommend updates for the LEED v5 Material Ingredients (MI) credit. This recommendation, developed over six months, aims to enhance transparency reporting and material ingredient optimization. Our background document highlights the progress and challenges of the MI Credit in LEED v4/4.1 and proposes a harmonized, automated scoring system for LEED v5. The new system will simplify documentation, provide clear optimization paths, and encourage greater adoption of material health practices. We look forward to continuing our work with USGBC to implement these recommendations.
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