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A presentation titled Strategies For Developing A Green Materials Library delivered at the 2009 AIA National Convention and Expo held in San Francisco, CA.

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    2009 AIA National 2009 AIA National Presentation Transcript

    • Strategies for Developing a Green Library F10
    • Speakers • Kevin Foster O’Donnell - WD Partners
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Is ittoxic tomanufactured? How biodegradable? Is it is this it atreused? Can it moremadeone life? be than of? What is this the end of it’s life? my customers? Can it have to What happens
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Industrial Age Business Model Virtually endless supply of cheap raw materials. Abundant cheap power. Plentiful cheap labor that’s easy to replace. The ability to externalize environmental costs.
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Gray Economy Planet Power People Profit Green Economy
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Green Greener Greenest
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Greener Greenest
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Greenest
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Human consumption surpassed the regenerative capacity of the planet around 1980, and we are now pushing its systems well beyond their ability to heal. National Academy of Sciences
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Resource Consumption source: Energy Information Administration 2008 EIA annual Energy Outlook Water: 13.6% Wood: 25%
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Resource Consumption source: United Nations Resource Usage Wealth
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ReSource Pyramid Rethink Reduce Renew Repurpose Recycle
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Recycle : Post-Consumer 3Form IceStone Stardust Glass Bedrock Industries Shetkaworks Interstyle Eleek
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Recycle : Pre-Consumer Junckers Ekobe Kerei Habitus Alkemi Biofiber Wheat COR Products Constantine Carpet
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Repurpose Appalachian Hardwoods Terra Mai Trestlewood Colonial Barn Mountain Lumber West Lincoln Barnboard
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Renew Plyboo End Grain Dura Palm Nova Cork Nova Cork Constantine Carpet Maya Romanoff
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Reduce Ancient Woods Kauri Lumber Kauri Veneer Halm Lumber LA Treasures
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Panelite Rethink 01/29/2007 12:19 AM Interstyle Fusion Plexwood Panelite Modular Arts Interlam Caba
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library 37% of all landfill refuse is generated by building related construction source: EPA
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Municipal Solid Waste source: EPA wood - 3% other - 3% rubber - 5% metal - 7% paper - 35% plastic - 12% food scraps - 12% yard waste - 13%
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Total Waste source: EPA municipal solid waste - 1% hazardous - 2% industrial - 57% special - 39%
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Industrial Waste source: Ray Anderson, CEO of Interface Carpet 1 32
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Industrial Waste source: Ray Anderson, CEO of Interface Carpet 1 32
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Industrial Waste source: Ray Anderson, CEO of Interface Carpet TRASH
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Industrial Waste source: Ray Anderson, CEO of Interface Carpet TRASH
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Meat Seafood Cheese Bakery Produce Deli Floral Checkout
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Building Energy Use Over Time source: UN Environment Programme - Buildings and Climate Change Report - referenced table by Jones, 1998 Demolition and Recycling Energy Consumption (MWh/m2) Operating Energy 15% Induced Energy Grey Energy Embodied Energy 10 20 30 40 50 60 Time (years)
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan Material Btu/lb. Material Btu/lb. Baled Straw 6,499 Mineral Wool Insulation 395,365 Stone (local) 21,685 Glass 430,564 Concrete Block 24,388 Fiberglass Insulation 820,524 Concrete 35,199 Steel 866,534 Lumber 67,696 PVC 1,895,615 Brick 67,696 Copper 1,911,832 Gypsum Wallboard 165,185 Paint 2,526,565 Particle Board 216,665 Linoleum 3,141,298 Aluminum (recycled) 219,367 Polystyrene Insulation 3,168,389 Steel (recycled) 240,990 Carpet (synthetic) 4,007,832 Plywood 281,658 Aluminum 6,147,204
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan Material Btu/lb. Material Btu/lb. Baled Straw 6,499 Mineral Wool Insulation 395,365 Stone (local) 21,685 Glass 430,564 Concrete Block 24,388 Fiberglass Insulation 820,524 Concrete 35,199 Steel 866,534 Lumber 67,696 PVC 1,895,615 Brick 67,696 Copper 1,911,832 Gypsum Wallboard 165,185 Paint 2,526,565 Particle Board 216,665 Linoleum 3,141,298 Aluminum (recycled) 219,367 Polystyrene Insulation 3,168,389 Steel (recycled) 240,990 Carpet (synthetic) 4,007,832 Plywood 281,658 Aluminum 6,147,204
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan:
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan:
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan: Material Btu/lb. Material Btu/lb. Baled Straw 6,499 Mineral Wool Insulation 395,365 Stone (local) 21,685 Glass 430,564 Concrete Block 24,388 Fiberglass Insulation 820,524 Concrete 35,199 Steel 866,534 Lumber 67,696 PVC 1,895,615 Brick 67,696 Copper 1,911,832 Gypsum Wallboard 165,185 Paint 2,526,565 Particle Board 216,665 Linoleum 3,141,298 Aluminum (recycled) 219,367 Polystyrene Insulation 3,168,389 Steel (recycled) 240,990 Carpet (synthetic) 4,007,832 Plywood 281,658 Aluminum 6,147,204
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Embodied Energy source: Cole and Kernan: equipment - 24% envelope - 26% site - 6% construction - 6% structure - 24% finishes - 14%
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Environmental Facts Exposure Size: 1 Hour (60 minutes) Exposures Per Day: 8 Amount Per Exposure Toxic Score 100 PPM VOC Paint 124.05 Stains 37.44 Adhesives 67.30 Coatings 0 Formaldehyde MDF Panels 105.41 Acoustic Ceiling Tiles 59.72 Carcinogens 22 Hormone Disruptors 15 srotpursiD enomroH 51 snegonicraC 22 seliT gnilieC citsuocA 27.95 slenaP FDM 14.501 edyhedlamroF
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Common Material Pollutants Pollutant Uses Health Risk VOC Building materials, textiles, furniture, Hormone disruption, finishes cleaning products, dust autism, neurotoxicity Formaldehyde Building materials - wood products Cancer Mercury Fluorescent light fixtures, Reproductive thermostats damage PVC Building materials, finishes, Endocrine upholstery disruption, cancer Flame Retardants Building materials, furniture Reproductive damage
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Sustainable Home Collection These sustainable elegant textiles for the home are comprised of renewable and pure materials such as bamboo and or The Designtex Sustainable Home Collection was designed to make the home an oasis – a place of purity and seren These materials represent true innovation in sustainability. Th are derived from 100% natural toxin-free fibers. The ey weaving and finishing processes are also of the highest levelof environmental integrity. Grove and Kuma are constr Bamboo, an easily renewable crop. Bamboo is considered especially sustainable due to its resistant properties, whic use of pesticides unnecessary. Elana and Harriet are 100% organic cotton. YOLO Colorhouse YOLO Colorhouse The textiles in this collection are soft, breathable, acclimatizin and naturally anti-bacterial. They are brilliant in color g grove elana & harriet Sierra Pine Designtex grove 100% bamboo 56” wide woven in germany 10 colorways: whisper, rakuda, topaz, sun,empire, moon stream, ming, jade and teak.
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library ecologic matrix Planet Power People Profit Resource Energy Eliminate Net Zero Green Preservation Conservation Toxins Cost Waste Embodied Community Life Cycle Greener Reduction Energy Connection Cost Closed Loop Energy Nurturing Ecosystem Greenest Systems Independence Environments Cost
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Input Output Source Extraction Raw Materials Atmospheric Emissions Raw Materials Manufacturing Waterborne Wastes Fuel Packaging & Transport Solid Wastes Energy Use & Maintenance Co-products Recycle or Waste Other Releases
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Input Output Source Extraction Raw Materials Atmospheric Emissions Raw Materials Manufacturing Waterborne Wastes Fuel Packaging & Transport Solid Wastes Energy Use & Maintenance Co-products Recycle or Waste Other Releases
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Input Output Source Extraction Raw Materials Atmospheric Emissions Raw Materials Manufacturing Waterborne Wastes Fuel Packaging & Transport Solid Wastes Energy Use & Maintenance Environmental Hazards Recycle or Waste Landfill Hazards
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library GREEN PRODUCT CHECKLIST What Makes A Product Green? MANUFACTURER COMMITMENT TO Manufacturer: SUSTAINABILITY Product: Is there a written, working environmental policy in place? Is it easy to find on their Web site or product NOTES >> literature? Does this policy strive to make important improvements in manufacturing, reducing and reusing first, then recycling? Do they comply with their industry’s voluntary testing programs? EXAMINE THE PRODUCT’S COMPOSITION What are the raw materials used to create the product? And where do they come from? Did the materials come from renewable resources? Is the manufacturing process energy efficient? Does the manufacturing process release harmful substances? Are adhesives needed to make the product viable? What are they using? Are coatings or finishes needed to make the product viable? What are they using? EXAMINE OTHER ASPECTS OF THE PRODUCT Does the product nurture the health and well-being of its occupants? Does the product do the job well? How much energy does it use? Does the product release VOCs? At what rate? How is the product packaged and transported? How is the product installed and maintained? Does it have a color or texture that can lead to reduced lighting energy or an expanded range of thermal comfort conditions? Can the product be maintained in a benign manner? Using safe cleaning products? EXAMINE STRATEGIES FOR DISPOSAL Is the product durable? Biodegradable? Recyclable? Can the parts be separated for recycling? Can it be made into something else? Can the product be returned to its manfacturer at the end of its useful life? COST CONSIDERATIONS What is the price range for the product? Does the manufacturer provide life cycle cost analysis on this product? Developed by Victoria Schomer, ASID with additional contributions from Penny Bonda, FASID
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Greenwashing
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Cut out and keep
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Third Party Certification Single Attribute & Multi Attribute
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Third Party Certification
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Third Party Certification
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Third Party Certification
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Third Party Certification
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library LEED - Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation and Design Process
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Resources Building Green Sustainable Buildings & Construction Initiative Green Source Architecture 2030 Global Green Green & Design CTNGreen.com GreenerBuildings.com AIA Committee On The Environment
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Resources Greenbuild Living Green Expo Building Green Together ECOBuild America Go Green Expo EcoWave 2007 West Coast Green Conference Green Building Expo Earth Day Opportunity Green
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Recycle : Post-Consumer 3Form IceStone Stardust Glass Bedrock Industries Shetkaworks Interstyle Eleek
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Recycle : Pre-Consumer Junckers Ekobe Kerei Habitus Alkemi Biofiber Wheat COR Products Constantine Carpet
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Repurpose Appalachian Hardwoods Terra Mai Trestlewood Colonial Barn Mountain Lumber West Lincoln Barnboard
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Reduce Ancient Woods Kauri Lumber Kauri Veneer Halm Lumber LA Treasures
    • 2009 AIA National Source Vet Suppliers Collaborate Green Library Panelite Rethink Interstyle Fusion Plexwood Panelite Modular Arts Interlam Caba
    • 2009 AIA National Green Library Closing Thoughts
    • 2009 AIA National Green Library
    • Questions? Thank you.
    • Contact Information Kevin O’Donnell kevin.odonnell@wdpartners.com