Contact Alex at aogden@wastecap.org or 414-961-1100 if you would like to be a speaker, sponsor or to register!



LEED Materials & Resource Webinar Series

Six part series every other Tuesday starting May 13th and ending with the last class July 22nd

 Earn 7.5 Continuing Education Units through the GBCI! 

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The LEED Material and Resources Webinar Series includes three 1-hour webinars and three 1.5-hour webinars scheduled every other week beginning Tuesday, May 13th, 2014, and ending with the last class on Tuesday, July 22nd. Classes will begin promptly at 11 a.m. Pacific, noon. Mountain, 1 p.m. Central, and 2 p.m. Eastern.


Course Description

This course is a comprehensive guide to LEED v3 MR Credits 1-7 and the changes in LEED v4.

The series comprised of six, individual webinars, will walk participants through each MR Credit.

  • Detailed explanation of what the credit is and means to the user.
  • Requirements which need to be met in order to obtain the credit.
  • Example calculations.
  • Explanation of accurate documentation and reporting techniques.
  • MR credits changes from LEED v3 to LEED v4.

Case studies will be used throughout the series to illustrate real-world applications. The webinar series is an online event, led by a LEED Accredited Professional in real-time. There will be time at the end of each session for questions and answers.

In order to enhance student/teacher interaction, this course has limited space, so register now to reserve your seat today!

Learning Objectives

This interactive course will focus on four learning objectives:

§ Meaning

Understand the credit requirements and how to meet the LEED standards.

§ Purpose

Explore practice strategies and techniques via the use of a real-world case study.

§ Results

Identify calculations for diversion rates, tracking progress and documenting results.

§ People

Earn CEU’s and increase LEED MR Credit knowledge and understanding.



Justin Dall'Osto, LEED AP BD+C is the Project Manager at WasteCap Resource Solutions (www.WasteCap.org). Earning his Bachelors of Science in Construction from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, he has always had a keen interest in sustainability. Some of his pertinent certifications are WasteCap Construction Waste Management AP, WasteCap Construction Waste Recycling Trainer and 30 hour OSHA trained.


Online Format

Classes will be held online using GoToWebinar.com, a product of GoToMeeting.com. Click here to view technical requirements. You will receive log-in instructions approximately two weeks prior to the first class, or within three business days after registration, whichever date is later. Because the class will include audio interactivity, please plan to attend the session in a quiet location.

Continuing Education Credits

7.5 CEU's through GBCI for LEED AP’s and Green Associates as well as 6 CM credits through the American Planning Association's AICP program.

*Justin asks that participants send any of their questions to Jdallosto@wastecap.org beforehand, so he can incorporate them throughout the presentation.


 Standard Cost – $325 * WasteCap Member Cost – $255


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NEW for 2014!

FREE Three Part Deconstruction Webinar Series

February 20th – March 27th – April 24th

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST

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 *If you missed part one, register today and we will send you the link to watch it!*


Deconstruction Webinar Series 2014


This three part webinar series is brought to you by WasteCap Resource Solutions and is sponsored as well as presented by Ted Reiff, President of The ReUse People of America (TRP). Check out TRP’s website, www.thereusepeople.org, for more information. Ted has been in the deconstruction industry for many years. He will be sharing his vast knowledge and experience of deconstruction as well as salvaged materials. You don’t want to miss out on this great opportunity!


The first webinar of the series will be an overview of deconstruction. This webinar will discuss what deconstruction is and is not, the various types of deconstruction companies, the advantages and disadvantages of deconstruction, its beneficiaries, the types of materials that can be salvaged and how to judge whether a project is a good deconstruction candidate. This webinar creates the platform for the series.


The second webinar of the series will discuss the deconstruction of specific materials. In this webinar, you will learn how to identify materials that lend themselves to deconstruction, how to specifically deconstruct them and figuring out the relative value of the materials. This webinar lends itself to a successful deconstruction project.


The final webinar of the series will go over “Why people choose to deconstruct.” This webinar will review people’s motivations towards deconstruction (in-depth discussion) as well as a discussion on certain tax advantages.


Don’t miss out on this amazing three part series that is being offered for FREE! Reserve your spot today by clicking here to register.


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