LEED v4 Credit

A flexible tool for achieving LEED v4 credit

Use of Health Product Declarations (HPDs) is one of the most common and easy ways of gathering documentation for compliance with LEED v4 MRc: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization: Material Ingredients. HPDs also contribute to the same credit in LEED v4.1.

HPDs published under any version can contribute: HPD 1.0, 2.0, 2.1, and 2.1.1. Guidance for applying the LEED requirements to each HPD version is available below in both visual and text formats.

HPDs published under version 2.1 and later offer a LEED Pre-Check Indicator to pre-screen HPDs that meet LEED requirements. HPDs passing this Pre-Check can be found using the search filters in the HPD Public Repository. (The LEED Pre-Check has not yet been updated for LEED v4.1. Check back later in 2019.)

LEED project teams, as well as manufacturers, may also want to review the following:

Requirements for using HPD 2.1 to achieve LEED v4 MR credit — Building Product Disclosure and Optimization – Material Ingredients

Requirements for using HPD 2.0 to achieve LEED v4 MR credit — Building Product Disclosure and Optimization – Material Ingredients.

Requirements for using HPD 1.0 to achieve LEED v4 MR credit — Building Product Disclosure and Optimization – Material Ingredients