888 Howard St

San Francisco, CA, USA

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Activity Timeline

2014

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2014

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Activites at this building employ the following strategies:

Strategy
# of Activities
WEc2 Additional indoor plumbing fixture and fitting efficiency
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To maximize indoor plumbing fixture and fitting efficiency within buildings to reduce the use of potable water1 and consequent burden on municipal water supply and wastewater systems.

1,619
EAc2.1 Existing building commissioning, investigation and analysis
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

Through a systematic process, to develop an understanding of the operation of the building’s major energy-using systems, options for optimizing energy performance and a plan to achieve energy savings.

1,169
MRc2.1 Sustainable purchasing, durable goods
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To reduce the environmental and air quality impacts of the materials acquired for use in the operations and maintenance of buildings.

711
MRc7 Solid waste management, ongoing consumables
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To facilitate the reduction of waste and toxins generated from the use of ongoing consumable products by building occupants and building operations that are hauled to and disposed of in landfills or incineration facilities.

1,029
MRc8 Solid waste management, durable goods
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To facilitate the reduction of waste and toxins generated from the use of durable goods by building occupants and building operations that are hauled to and disposed of in landfills or incineration facilities.

1,270
EQc3.3 Green cleaning, purchase of sustainable cleaning products and materials
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To reduce the environmental impacts of cleaning products, disposable janitorial paper products and trash bags.

1,523
IOc2 LEED® Accredited Professional
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To support and encourage the operations, maintenance, upgrade and project team integration required by LEED to streamline the application and certification process.

1,701
SSc2 Building exterior and hardscape management plan
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To encourage environmentally sensitive building exterior and hardscape management practices that provide a clean, well-maintained and safe building exterior while supporting high-performance building operations.

1,270
SSc4 Alternative commuting transportation
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use for commuting.

1,318
EAc1 Optimize energy efficiency performance
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To achieve increasing levels of operating energy performance relative to typical buildings of similar type to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with excessive energy use.

1,650
EAc3.1 Performance measurement. building automation system
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To provide information to support the ongoing accountability and optimization of building energy performance and identify opportunities for additional energy-saving investments.

648
EAc4 On-site and off-site renewable energy
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To encourage and recognize increasing levels of on and off-site renewable energy to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with fossil fuel energy use.

856
EAc6 Emissions reduction reporting
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To document the emissions reduction benefits of building efficiency measures.

1,577
MRc4 Sustainable purchasing, reduced mercury in lamps
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To establish and maintain a toxic material source reduction program to reduce the amount of mercury brought onto the building site through purchases of lamps.

1,177
EQc2.2 Controllability of systems, lighting
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To provide a high level of lighting system control by individual occupants or groups in multi-occupant spaces (e.g., classrooms or conference areas) to promote the productivity, comfort and well-being of building occupants.

954
EQc2.4 Daylight and views
LEED for Existing Buildings 2009

To provide building occupants with a connection between indoor spaces and the outdoors through the introduction of daylight and views into the regularly occupied areas of the building.

559