LEED v4 has many new components. In addition to EPDs and HPDs, LEED v4 also requests for corporate transparency.
The MRc3 credit for Raw Material Transparency cites the Global Reporting Initiative and ISO 26000 as guiding frameworks, but it also makes a request for expanded information on raw material sourcing.
A raw material transparency report is a full GRI or ISO 26000 report that also discloses the types of raw materials in your products and the suppliers whom you get those raw materials from.
WAP Sustainability is versed in both protocols and can help you with your report. Our role starts with collecting or creating the relevant content, adhering to the appropriate reporting process, and managing the collection of information from stakeholders, suppliers, and cross functioning departments.
Our goal is to help you generate an effective sustainability report that meets the requirements of LEED v4 while setting up a process for managing reporting on an annual or bi-annual basis.
WAP Sustainability’s Raw Material Transparency Process includes:
- Data collection
- Managing content
- Writing the report
- Generating the content
- Layout and design of the final report
WAP Sustainability can help you manage your raw material transparency from beginning to end.