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Maxon Furniture Inc: LEED

Energy & Atmosphere
Credit 1.1

Optimize Energy Performance: Lighting Power | 1-3 points
Maxon lighting solutions utilize high efficiency electronic ballasts and energy efficient T5 and T8 lamps.

Materials & Resources
Credit 2.1

Construction Waste Management: Divert 50% From Landfill | 1 point 
Maxon packing materials include cardboard, polyethylene film and wood, all of which are easily recycled in many markets.

Credit 2.2
Construction Waste Management: Divert 75% From Landfill | 1 point
Maxon bulk packing options can reduce the individual unit packing materials and used cardboard, polyethylene film and wood, all, which are easily recycled in many markets.

Credit 3.3
Resource Reuse: 30% Furniture and Furnishings | 1 point
Maxon products are designed to be easily moved, refurbished if desired, and reused, contributing to this point on future projects.

Credit 5.1
Regional Materials: 20% Manufactured Regionally | 1 point
Maxon may contribute to this point depending on the project location. Maxon product is manufactured in Muscatine, IA.

Indoor Environmental Quality
Credit 4.5

SCS Certification

Low-Emitting Materials: Furniture | 1 point
Maxon Freestanding Desks, Freestanding Storage and Panel Systems have achieved Indoor Advantage certification by SCS.

Note:
Capability: Maxon workstations have been tested and independently certified as meeting LEED-CI EQ Credit 4.5 Option C. Clients should be aware that the LEED-CI indoor air quality evaluation process utilizes a standard workstation configuration. In practice, the wide range of options in work surface and tile materials available for client selection often leads to a combination of materials which differs from the standard workstation used in the certification process.

Credit 6.1
Controllability of Systems: Lighting | 1 point                                               
Maxon individual task lights provide direct control of lighting levels.

Credit 8.1
Daylight and Views: Daylight 75% Of Spaces | 1 point                                 
Variation of panel heights, selection of vision glazing, and proper orientation of components provides access to day lighting and preservation of view corridors.

Credit 8.2
Daylight and Views: Daylight 90% Of Spaces | 1 point                              
Variation of panel heights, selection of vision glazing, and proper orientation of components provides access to day lighting and preservation of view corridors.

Credit 8.3
Daylight and Views: Views for 90% of Seated Spaces | 1 point 
Variation of panel heights, selection of vision glazing, and proper orientation of components provides access to day lighting and preservation of view corridors.

 

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