Gemini Coatings is committed to producing the most ecologically friendly wood finish coatings possible. As an employee owned company we recognize our responsibility to be good stewards in the conservation and use of our natural resources.
The Gemini product line proudly includes a wide selection of waterbornes and low VOC finishes that meet LEED requirements for credits 4.2., while still offering the finest finish, and application quality available in wood finishing today.
What does LEED Compliant Mean?
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED certification was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council to promote a mission of “producing a new generation of buildings that deliver high performance inside and out.”
The LEED program rates commercial projects on a wide range of criteria like indoor air quality and the use of recycled materials, local resources, renewable energy sources and energy-saving systems. Through LEED standards, the USGBC seeks to improve the environmental and economic performance of commercial buildings using established and/or advanced industry principles, practices, material and standards. In the last year, LEED certified building projects have increased 330% nationwide.
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