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LEED for Homes: Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ)

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Indoor Environmental Quality prerequisites:

EQ2.1 Basic Combustion Venting Measures

EQ4.1 Basic Outdoor Air Ventilation

EQ5.1 Basic Local Exhaust

EQ6.1 Room-by-room Load Calculation

EQ7.1 Good Filters

EQ9.1 Radon-resistant Construction in High Radon Risk Areas

EQ10.1 No HVAC in Garage

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green building consultant; owner/founder, Design AVEnues LLC

Ann V. Edminster, M. Arch., LEED AP, is a leading green building consultant, speaker, teacher, and author. Her recent work and award-winning book, Energy Free: Homes for a Small Planet, focus on net-zero energy homes. Ann has taught for groups including AIA, USGBC, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Southern California Edison. Ann’s consulting clients include major builders, software companies, design firms, developers, public agencies, utilities, investors, and homeowners. She has held key roles on numerous award-winning residential projects of all types.

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