The Home Depot announces our 2017 Responsibility Report , an A- rating by the CDP, updated Wood Purchasing Policy and a new Chemical Strategy.

 

The Eco Options program is built on these five pillars of living green:

WE’RE LOWERING THE COST OF GOING GREEN

The Home Depot’s core values are based on doing the right thing for our customers and associates, and this commitment extends beyond our stores to our communities and the environment. We partner with ENERGY STAR® and WaterSense® to promote products that save our customers energy, water and money – in 2016 alone we saved our customers $903 million in energy costs and 76 billion gallons of water. And because customers shouldn’t have to pay more for “green” products, we are partnering with our suppliers to improve the products we already sell – including addressing chemicals of concern and indoor air quality with our Chemical Strategy.

Whether you’re doing a large remodeling project or growing a garden, The Home Depot is your partner in environmental sustainability. Learn more about our Sustainability efforts .

Reach us at Eco_OptionsUSA@HomeDepot.com .

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The Home Depot & LEED for Homes

The LEED rating system is the most recognized international standard for green buildings and stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.  LEED for Homes measures green building performance across a range of categories, and through a long standing relationship with the U.S. Green Building Council The Home Depot offers products that may contribute towards LEED points and prerequisites.  Demand for greener products in home building and remodeling continues to grow.  Homeowners want and expect products that will contribute to more energy efficient and water efficient homes that integrate environmentally preferred products into their build and design.  As the world's largest home improvement retailer, The Home Depot recognizes the importance of growing this market and offers all of the products that builders, contractors, and home buyers alike need to continue growing this trend.  Learn more about LEED for Homes.