Green Tag product certification
The ambition of the Green Tag product certification program is to show sustainability of products, mainly to be approved for use in sustainable buildings.
Green Tag Label is an Australia based scheme for product sustainability certification, in use also in New Zealand, South Africa and Malaysia. For more information, please see:
The GreenTag standard is available for information purposes only without a fee after signature of a license agreement. It is a searchable PDF document. Get it from here:
VOCs and emissions into indoor air
VOCs and emissions into indoor air play a minor role only; you can see these regulations when searching the standard for the terms VOC or formaldehyde.
Requirements are based on Green Star programs for sustainable buildings. But as regards the requirements on emissions into air, compliance can be shown as well by documentation of conformity with the related requirements of other sustainable buildings programs, operated by national Green Building Councils (GBCs), such as LEED v4 or BREEAM.
In the draft version 3.3 / 4, issued in December 2015, some European programs to characterize low emitting products were added as options to show compliance with the requirements on emissions into air. The Eurofins operated program Indoor Air Comfort GOLD is listed as an option for the requirements on emissions into air for:
- Resilient Flooring
- Interior Textiles & Upholstery
- Mattresses and Bedding textiles
Eurofins offers documentation of compliance with VOC and formaldehyde specifications of GreenTag product certification by independent testing.
Contact to VOC Testing Laboratories
Please see here contact information of Eurofins VOC testing laboratories in Europe, China and Japan: