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  1. 1. Stabilizer  The Original Natural Binder & LEED  Certification Presented by: Jon Hubbs February 2010 Montreal, CANADA  2011 Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Green before ‘Green’ …
  3. 3. No longer an ‘alternative’…
  4. 4. Stabilizer  Facts 100% natural organic powder plant-based / non-toxic binds soil particles reduces dust, mud, erosion only binder with recycled content
  5. 5. The Leaders invented & patented Stabilizer  wrote the specs 30 years experience proprietary blend environmental leader
  6. 6. Surface Characteristics permeable ( semi-bound aggregate) natural appearance stable reduces heat
  7. 7. Applications pathways & trails patios parking plazas
  8. 8. Freeze Thaw & Stabilizer  Central Park Spring & Fall
  9. 9. Central Park, Merchant’s Gate New York’s Central Park in winter and under ice
  10. 10. Stabilizer  Performance self healing expansion / contraction no heaving / cracking remains stable
  11. 11. Pathway - Canada
  12. 12. Effects of Freeze-Thaw Typical effects of freeze-thaw cycle on common hardscape materials
  13. 13. ADA & Stabilizer 
  14. 14. enacted in 1990 “to provide equal opportunity for all Americans..” no products are ADA approved no Canadian equivalent www.ada.gov ADA Americans with Disabilities Act
  15. 15. guidelines h ardscape requirements - ‘non-slip surface’ ADA Americans with Disabilities Act
  16. 16. successful installations on federal government approved projects cities are creating own standards ADA Stabilizer  & ADA
  17. 17. ASTM C 1028 Stabilizer – 0.89 (dry) *Test performed by Smith-Emery San Francisco, by Matt Blass, December 3, 2009 *Test required by the City of San Franicisco A static coefficient of friction of 0.6 is recommended for accessible routes and 0.8 for ramps. (Source: United States Access Board, http://www.access-board.gov , accessed March 12, 2010) ADA Static Coefficient of Friction
  18. 18. Stabilizer  & LEED ©
  19. 19. United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) 100 base points; 6 possible ID & 4 RP points Certified 40–49 points Silver 50–59 points Gold 60–79 points Platinum 80 points and above (*US & Canadian systems are almost the same)
  20. 20. Stabilizer  & LEED© no products are “LEED” Certified Stabilizer© may contribute to achieving credits 8 possible Credits
  21. 21. (SS) Sustainable Sites (pts possible) Credit 6.1- Stormwater – Quantity Control (1pt) Credit 6.2 – Stormwater – Quality Control (1pt) Credit 7.1 – Heat Island Effect – Non-roof (1pt) LEED© Categories
  22. 22. (MR) Materials & Resources (pts possible) Credit 4 – Recycled Content (1-2 pts) Credit 5 – Regional Materials (1-2 pts) Credit 6 – Rapidly Renewable Materials (1pt) LEED© Categories
  23. 23. Regional Priority Points Incentive to address geographically sensitive environmental issues 6 credits per rating designated as regional priority Each regional credit is worth 1 point Up to 4 points can be earned LEED© Categories
  24. 24. Intent: limit disruption of natural hydrology eliminate pollution from stormwater Strategy : Maintain natural stormwater flows by promoting infiltration. Specify pervious paving. Submittal : Stabilizer is pervious product. Submit product tear sheet / infiltration rates. (SS) 6.1 1pt Civil Engineer Stormwater Design-Quantity
  25. 25. Intent: To limit disruption, pollution of natural water flows by managing stormwater runoff. Strategy : Use alternative surfaces (e.g. pervious pavement) to reduce imperviousness, promote infiltration, reduce pollutants. Submittal : Stabilizer is pervious product Submit product tear sheet / infiltration rates. (SS) 6.1 1pt Civil Engineer Stormwater Design-Quality
  26. 26. Intent: To reduce heat islands to minimize impacts on microclimates and human and wildlife habitats. Strategy : Light-colored surfaces instead of blacktop. Replace surfaces with open grid paving or specify high-albedo materials. (SS) 7.1 1pt Landscape Architect Heat Island Effect – Non-roof
  27. 27. spec crushed stone with SRI > 29 obtain (SRI) Solar Reflectance Index of crushed stone from Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. Submittal: SS 7.1
  28. 28. how much light & heat is reflected from the surface scale of 0 to 100 asphalt is a 0 the higher the number, the better (SRI) Solar Reflectance Index
  29. 29. Submittal: SS 7.1
  30. 30. Test data: Infiltration Rates varies with crushed stone   Infiltration rate: 1 to 5-inches per hour (average from multiple samples) total average porosity = 35%   (% water space in the mix by weight) Submittal: SS 6.1, 6.2, 7.1 *
  31. 31. Intent: Increase demand for products with recycled content to decrease extraction of virgin materials Strategy : Establish project goal, identify suppliers Submittal : 30% post-consumer recycled content / Letter from manufacturer (MR) 4 1-2 pts Leed Professional/Owner Recycled Content
  32. 32. Intent: increase use of products extracted & manufactured in area, reduce transportation Strategy : Establish goal, identify suppliers for min. of 10% or 20% of the total materials value based on cost Submittal : Stabilizer makes it possible to use crushed stone material (MR) 5 1-2 pts Construction Manager Regional Materials
  33. 33. USGBC 500 mile radius of project CaGBC 800 km radius of product Submittal: MR 5
  34. 34. Intent: reduce depletion of finite raw materials and long cycle renewable materials Strategy : spec materials with harvest cycle of 10 years or fewer Submittal : Plant based product with 1 year harvest cycle / Letter from manufacturer (MR) 6 1pt Leed Professional Rapidly Renewable Materials
  35. 35.  2011 Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. One Architect’s Experience…
  36. 36. BioDesign Institute, AZ Photo Credits: Bill Timmerman courtesy of Ten Eyck Landscape Architects
  37. 37. urban campus Bldg B, Platinum LEED (1 st in AZ) LA responsible for 4 points Stabilizer helped Credit 7.1 half shade / half pervious ‘paving’ http://www.biodesign.asu.edu/touchscreen/frames/bioleed.html Ten Eyck Landscape Architects BioDesign Institute, AZ
  38. 38. BioDesign (Building A)
  39. 39. Courtesy of Ten Eyck Landscape Architects
  40. 40.  2011 Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. USGBC LEED Version 3 - LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Rating System Copyright © 2009 by the U.S. Green Building Council, Inc. All rights reserved. www.usgbc.org CaGBC LEED® CANADA FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR RENOVATIONS 2009 LEED® CANADA FOR CORE AND SHELL DEVELOPMENT 2009 Copyright © 2010 by the Canada Green Building Council. All rights reserved. LEED® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), licensed to the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) for use with LEED Canada. ISBN # 978-0-9813298-0-2 www.cagbc.org Bibliography
  41. 41. A truly sustainable product... over 30 years of research & development
  42. 42. There is no equal.
  43. 43. Thank you for your attention Danny LeBlanc Sportechnic 2000 www.sportechnic2000.com Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. www.StabilizerSolutions.com [email_address] p 602.225.5900 toll free 800.336.2468  2011 Stabilizer Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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