10 Common Missteps for Reduced Mercury in Lamps - IDc1

DURATION: 1 hour

Join CaGBC's own Marnie Fletcher to find out how many new construction projects are targeting LEED Canada EB:O&M 2009 MRc4 (Sustainable Purchasing: Reduced Mercury in Lamps) as an Innovation in Design strategy for their projects. This session focuses on correctly applying an existing building's operation strategy to a new construction project, including the requirements of CIR 991, and will touch on the top 10 misconceptions. It will also discuss documentation errors seen in teams attempting this strategy.

After this course you will be able to:
- Apply an operations strategy to a design and construction certification to achieve an IDc1 credit
- Read manufacturer documentation and identify the appropriate bulb criteria needed for compliance with the LEED Canada EB:O&M 2009 MRc4 requirements
- Understand the most common documentation errors reviewers are seeing when project teams attempt this strategy
- Present the correct supporting documentation and complete LEED letter template needed to achieve an IDc1 point for reduced mercury in lamps.

IMPORTANT ON DEMAND ACCESS INFORMATION

An email will be sent from “Support Team” with the subject “CaGBC Central: New User Account” within 1 to 2 business days of purchase. If you already have a CaGBC Central account, your On Demand will appear under “My Courses” within 1-2 business days of purchase.

You will have access for a period of three calendar months from the date the course is made available to you.

Member Price: $19

Non-Member Price: $29




Regular price: $29.00
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