Because standardized tools help communicate the environmental performance of products, we have released EPDs for both hard and soft surface flooring products. These EPDs conform to international standards based on the North American Flooring PCR via NSF International, and are derived from data gathered from a comprehensive life cycle assessment of the product's environmental impact. Each life cycle assessment went through third party critical review, and each EPD went through third party verification by a program operator. All EPDs meet ISO 14025.
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As part of greater transparency across the building industry, Health Product Declarations have emerged as a standardized format for disclosure of product contents, emissions, and other health information. By objectively providing accurate and transparent information about materials, processes, and related certifications of the product, HPDs help architects, designers, facility managers, and users make more informed choices.
As another means for transparency, the International Living Future Institute created Declare, a 'nutrition-label' for products that provides a clear, elegant, and informative method to disclose a product's ingredients. Declare is designed to simplify the materials specification and certification process so that designers can easily identify products that meet the stringent requirements of the Living Building Challenge.
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