ASTM Sustainability in Building Standards are offered online.October 23, 2013 -
Pertinent to green rating systems or codes in marketplace, ASTM Standards for Sustainability in Building provides instant access to 202 ASTM standards that address sustainability or aspects of sustainability relative to buildings and construction. Subscription-based, online collection includes LEED system and ASHRAE 189.1. Also, collection includes all ASTM standards referenced by latest editions or versions of Federal Green Construction Guide for Specifiers, IgCC, and Green Globes®.
ASTM International Sustainability in Building Standards Offered in Online Subscription
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Press release date: October 9, 2013
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.—A subscription-based online collection, ASTM Standards for Sustainability in Building, is pertinent to almost any green rating system or code that users may come across in the marketplace. It provides instant access to 202 ASTM standards that address sustainability or aspects of sustainability relative to buildings and construction.
This revised collection now includes the LEED system, the most globally common green building system, and ASHRAE 189.1, the alternate to the IgCC. It also features all of the ASTM standards referenced by the latest editions or versions of the Federal Green Construction Guide for Specifiers, the International Green Construction Code (IgCC) and Green Globes®.
ASTM Standards for Sustainability in Building is available as a one-year online subscription for $340 USD (searchable stock # SUSTAINBLDG). Subscriptions include access to redlines, withdrawn and historical standards.
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