Encore could provide two extra BREEAM credits and as many as five when used with other water saving devices under the WAT 01 category. Up to six points could be claimed under LEED’s Water Efficiency category. Choosing Encore means for the first time that BREEAM credits and LEED points can be claimed for toilet cisterns.Read More
Why is LEED important?
US-based LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) assesses building projects in 160 countries giving points across several categories, including water, which address sustainable issues. LEED-certified buildings are resource efficient. They use less water and energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As an added bonus, they save money. LEED certification means healthier, more productive places, […]Read More
At what stage should an Encore cistern be specified in order to qualify for LEED points?
LEED assessments are carried out at the planning stage. Therefore the best time to specifying an Encore cistern is during the design phase. By doing so, Encore’s low cost recycling option is an easy way for developers to claim up to six new, additional credits when a LEED score is being calculated before construction work […]Read More
Which categories will I be able to claim LEED points for?
Encore could allow you to claim up to six LEED points under the Water Efficiency category.Read More
Do other cisterns qualify for LEED points?
No. Traditional, conventional cisterns do not have the technology required to generate the same level of water saving as a standalone product to warrant LEED points like Encore does.Read More
Does Encore qualify for LEED points?
Yes, it is a LEED compatible product. For the first time, LEED points can now be secured for cisterns thanks to Encore’s water saving designs. Up to six points could be claimed by using Encore.Read More