Low-Emitting Materials Third Party Certification table | U.S. Green Building Council
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Low-Emitting Materials Third Party Certification table

LEED version: v4
The Low-Emitting Materials Third Party Certification table lists acceptable certifications and programs for the LEED v4 EQ Credit Low-Emitting Materials. This list will be updated often to add programs as they become eligible. Note that the LEED v4 credit also requires reporting on TVOC levels. The programs deemed acceptable may already include this information—if they do not, project teams must request this additional information. Updates: 3/26/2014 added UL Greenguard Gold 9/10/2014 10/1/2014 added Greenguard certified, added European programs for composite wood criteria 7/1/2015 added Intertek ETL VOC, added eco-Institut-Label 11/24/2015 added CRI Green Label Plus label, clarified language for CHPS 5/11/2016 clarified language for Intertek ETL VOC and VOC+, added MAS Certified Green for acceptable third party certifier (moved from acceptable for first party claims section), clarified language for SCS Indoor Advantage and Gold and added program for VOC content and wet-applied, added Berkeley Analytical ClearChem program 8/2/2016 added Finnish Emission classification of Building Materials M1 for general emissions criteria, updated entry for EMICODE to clarify what is required for EMICODE EC1 and EC1plus. 6/16/2017 added TUVRheinland Green Product Mark for furniture criteria
Published On: 16 Jun 2017