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Credit Categories Innovation and Design Process (ID) Location and Linkages (LL) Sustainable Sites (SS) Water Efficiency (WE) Energy and Atmosphere (EA) Materials and Resources (MR) Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Awareness and Education (AE) Pilot Credits (PC) The Prerequisites and available Credits within the Credit Categories of the LEED Rating System serve to ensure a minimum level of performance. Therefore, once all prerequisites are met, it is the cumulative effect of the overall project design, construction practices & products selected that serve to enhance a certification level thus rewarding improved performance in each of the eight categories. Pilot Credits are designed to encourage testing of new and revised LEED credit language, alternative compliance paths, and new or innovative green building technologies and concepts. Project teams that are interested in participating in the pilot test of a credit are required to register for Pilot Credit and submit feedback and documentation. OWENS CORNING ONE OWENS CORNING PARKWAY TOLEDO, OHIO 43659 1-800-GET-PINK www.owenscorning.com Pub. No. 10011782-J. Printed in U.S.A. November 2015. The color PINK is a registered trademark of Owens Corning. 2015 Owens Corning. All Rights Reserved. LEED is a registered trademark of US Green Building Council. Owens Corning's building science expertise and product solutions are backed by over 70 years of building industry experience. From inventing new technologies to turning those innovations into industry transforming products and solutions, we can help you meet the challenges of green building. When it comes to achieving Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED ), certification is about more than green building and sustainability, it's good business. Owens Corning's selection of high performance building materials contribute to the LEED for Homes Rating System 2008 and the LEED for Homes Multifamily Mid-Rise 2010 Certification levels from Certified to Platinum. Selecting the right products puts your project on the right track to achieving a LEED Certification. This product specifying chart enables your project team to confidently choose high performing building materials from Owens Corning in these credit categories for each of the project construction types. LEED For Homes, Version 2008, designated by an "H" on the product guide, addresses the following construction types: Single Family Homes, Production Homes, Affordable Homes, Manufactured & Modular Housing. LEED for Homes Multifamily Mid-Rise, October 2010, designated by an "M" on the product guide, addresses multifamily mid-rise buildings. Owens Corning and the LEED for Homes and Multifamily Mid-Rise Rating System UNITED STATES

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