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Lessons in Socially Responsible Design, Paint Technology, and LEED® Requirements for a Sustainable Future

Sponsored By: Dunn-Edwards Corporation

Description: Sustainable design and green practices have raised consumer awareness about the potential dangers lurking in buildings and homes from products such as paints and coatings. Environmental sustainability has influenced architects and interior designers to approach their projects in ways that boost health, lower consumption of nonrenewable resources, and minimize waste. This course looks at the evolution of sustainable design, ways to measure the environmental impact of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), how paints and coatings can contribute toward satisfying LEED® credits, and how these products may play a role in designing for well-being.

Presented by: Dominika Bandyk, Dunn Edwards Paints

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