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W.S. Tyler issues LEED® credit statement

Industry News | December 8, 2010 | By:

W.S. Tyler’s Stainless Steel Architectural Fabric supports sustainable building practices and the efforts used towards achieving LEED® points, according to the LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System. The LEED® Credit Statement acknowledges that the fabric’s durability, recapture rate and high solar reflectance index create a valuable green building design material. These properties can be applied to a variety of installations, including: exterior facades, design and flow of interior and exterior spaces, wall and window treatments, ceiling applications, and lighting control and diffusion.

The LEED® Credit Statement lists valuable credit opportunity areas for building owners, developers, architects and contractors, including recycled content, energy efficiency and lighting and solid waste management.

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