LEED Credit Complaint

LEED Points for Green Builders and Developers

ProGreen Synthetic Grass™ contributes to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED credits by reducing overall irrigation demand on a property:

WE2.3 - Reduce Overall Irrigation Demand by at Least 45% Exemplary Performance: Projects can earn ID points for achieving a reduction in estimated outdoor water use of 65% or more. A reduction of 65% or more is awarded 1 ID point; 70% or more is awared 2 ID points; 75% or more is awarded 3 ID points; 80% or more is awarded 4 ID points. (WE 02-18). These exemplary points can only be awarded under ID credit 3.

More Green Information for Builders

When you mention the word synthetic, ecologically friendly isn't exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Can synthetic grass really be ecologically friendly? The answer is yes, and ProGreen™ offers the most economically and ecologically sensible synthetic grass on the market. Our triple-layered backings are formulated using natural,renewable resources that are completely recyclable and will contribute to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED point totals.

We also offer Organafill, ProGreen's™ proprietary composite of organic and inorganic material that is coated with an anti-microbial agent that meets both health and safety standards for the industry. Organafill provides an environmentally-friendly, biologically-safe alternative to recycled-tire rubber and/or sand as an in-fill for synthetic turf. Organafill, as an infill alternative, eliminates possible exposure to carcinogens, respiratory exposure to toxic or irritant particulate from rubber dust or silica-sand, ingestion of toxic chemicals by children, as well as run-off contamination to the aquifer by the afforementioned in-fill materials. Additionally, every granule of Organafill is encapsulated with an effective, durable, non-chemical, EPA registered anti-microbial agent which protects against and prevents the growth of bacteria, fungi and mold.