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Looking for sustainable products to specify in your next green building project? CADdetails has uncovered the latest in green building products and environmentally friendly design practices developed to support architects, builders, building owners and designers in their efforts to build and maintain sustainable sites. Follow the links below to learn about CADdetails.com SpecGREEN manufacturers and how the green products they offer may contribute towards the LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification of your next commercial or residential building or interior design.


Ultra-tec cable railing products are made of recycled materials, containing at least 65 percent recycled content, helping you qualify for the following types of LEED credits: LEED for New Construction (Material & Resources Credits 4.1 and 4.2); LEED for Commercial Iteriors (Material & Resources Credits 4.1 and 4.2); and LEED for Schools (Material & Resources Credits 4.1 and 4.1).


Every small step you take to reduce electricity usage helps save our environment. Ecoglo products let you recycle natural sunlight or artificial light. No electricity is required. Ecoglo also goes green by using recycled aluminum. All products are non-toxic and non-radioactive. Designed to last the life of your facility, Ecoglo avoids maintenance costs. Ultimately, Ecoglo is recyclable which avoids the cost of landfill dumping.


As compared to wood decking, all alternative decking products are much more eco-friendly and sustainable. As compared to other alternative decking products, Green Bay Decking's formula is also superior. Their composite deck systems have been used on green LEED-certified buildings and projects for commercial, residential, and marine use. View their LEED statement for additional information. Green Bay Decking products contain rice hulls, a rapidly-renewable resource made from the discarded outer husks of rice kernels, and discarded paper pulp, a by-product of the paper-making process. Because of the close proximity of the local manufacturer that provides their paper by-product we qualify for additional LEED credits. Both rice hulls and paper by-product would often otherwise be incinerated or sent to land fills.