Because of the significantly high percentages of recycled material in Temple-Inland fiberboard products, they can contribute valuable credits toward sustainable rating systems such as LEED, the NAHB Green Building Standard and others. Third-party certified by SCS Global Services in accordance to strict ISO 14021 standards, below are several areas where those credits may apply.
For greater detail review our sustainable materials data sheet.
LEED MR 4
Awards 1 or 2 points for using products with recycled content that constitute at least 10% or 20%, based on cost, of the total value of project materials.
LEED MR 5
Awards 1 and 2 points for using materials on a project that are extracted and manufactured within 500 miles that constitute at least 10% or 20%, based on cost, of the total value of project materials. See our 500-mile radius map:
LEED EQ 4.4
Contributes credit on projects using composite wood or agrifiber products that contain no urea formaldehyde.
Contributes credit for using recycled content materials in areas such as walls, floors, insulation and roofing.
Contributes credit for using wood-based components certified by CPA-EPP, Scientific Certification Systems or ISO 14021.
Contributes credit for using composite wood products that contain no urea formaldehyde.
For more information, please contact Glenn Miller at (972) 467-3499.
REV 01/10 - This information is subject to change. Please make sure to reference the most recent statement in your submittals/specifications