How Contractors Contribute to LEED on the Jobsite: Sanitation Options
Contractors face constant challenges to their budgets and schedules on each and every project they are a part of.
On Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) job sites, the number of resources and fuel used in metered. Contractors know this, and include those metrics into the hundreds of decisions every day that contribute to the success of the job. When project owners seek LEED certifications, those decisions become even more paramount as the consequences of any one of those decisions could affect the granting of LEED credits. Therefore it's important that the general contractor keeps the entire jobsite focused on both the project’s LEED goals and the overall philosophy of the LEED rating system. Just as an effective job site safety program will go beyond a list of safe work practices and cause individual workers to make daily decisions that are consistent with a “culture of safety,” so too will an effective job site LEED action plan cause individual workers to make daily decisions that are consistent with a “culture of sustainability.”
Kros Urinals offer an efficient option to save money, and offset carbon, and reduce harsh chemical use. Urine can be plumbed into sewer directly, no need for trucks to pump.
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