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SEASONS at Compton
LINC is committed to sustainable building and providing our residents with healthy, energy efficient homes. With the support of our dedicated team of funders, architects, and contractors, SEASONS at Compton has achieved a LEED-Homes Platinum rating. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification program, providing third-party verification that a building or community incorporates strategies aimed at reducing waste, increasing energy and water efficiency, and thoughtfully locating the project therefore reducing carbon emissions, attentively utilizing our natural resources, and improving indoor environmental quality.

SEASONS at Compton includes the following LEED features:

•   Durability planning, management, and construction strategies were utilized throughout all phases of the project
•   Environmentally friendly products were used during the building process, including recycled content flooring and low VOC paints
•   Erosion control measures were implemented during construction to minimize impact to the neighboring sites as well as existing storm drain systems
•   A native plant palate throughout the site landscaping
•   High-efficiency irrigation system reduces landscape water usage
•   Bioswale to capture run off
•   A cool roof reduces roof heat island effect
•   Solar thermal hot water system
•   Water efficient toilets, lavatory faucets and showerheads reduce potable water usage
•   Water and energy efficient clothes washers
•   Energy performance of the building is designed to exceed the Title 24 baseline standard
•   Use of natural light and ventilation
•   Thermal bypass inspection was adhered to in order to help minimized air leakage
•   Minimum 60% of the light fixtures in the units are Energy Star light fixtures
•   A minimum of 75% of the construction waste was diverted from landfills
•   The apartment community is located in a high transit corridor to encourage the use of public transportation
•   It is located in an area with extensive community resources within a walkable half mile of the site