Study: LEED Homes are Not Necessarily Less Toxic

In a new study by Environment and Human Health, Inc. says that the current LEED system provides a false sense of security regarding the health and safety of its certified homes. A study conducted by the Connecticut based health-research non-profit released their results in LEED Certification: Where Energy Efficiency Collides with Human Health, “The purpose of this report is to evaluate the LEED program’s standards that many assume protect human health from environmental hazards within the built environment.”

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