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Last edited 18 Sep 2020
The GREENGUARD Certification programme from UL Environment (a business unit of Underwriters Laboratories) helps manufacturers create interior products and materials that have low chemical emissions. The purpose of the programme is to identify products designed to improve indoor air quality in the locations where they are used. All GREENGUARD certified products must meet emissions standards based on established chemical exposure criteria.
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