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See below how Insulation solutions by ISOVER can contribute to BREEAM criteria: Indoor air quality

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The number of points is given for only information purpose. Saint-Gobain, in anyway, shall not guarantee or not be held liable for non-fulfillment of the certification which includes a broader package than constructions products employed for the targeted building.
Up to 5 credits (building type dependent)

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Key contribution

Owing to its commitment for eco-friendly building materials, ISOVER is always innovating with its products, in order to minimize formaldehyde and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions at source.

Aim

To recognize and encourage a healthy internal environment through the specification and installation of appropriate ventilation, equipment and finishes.

Requirement summary

Minimizing sources of air pollution through careful design, specification and planning. (Avoidance of asbestos is a prerequisite). In additional, building ventilation strategy is designed to be flexible and adaptable to potential future building occupant needs and climatic scenarios.

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Our contribution

ISOVER glass wool products do not and never did contain asbestos.

Very low concentrations of formaldehyde and VOC are found in ISOVER glass wool products, in conformance with ISO 16000 standards. Rating standards for VOC emissions, certification bodies such as Eurofins (Europe) or GreenGuard (North America) perform independent certifications of our ISOVER glass wool products in many international markets.

Innovative plant-based binders that are free of phenols, acrylics and formaldehyde are utilized in ISOVER’s new glass wool products, resulting in almost zero emission of formaldehyde indoors and meeting stringent indoor air quality standards in the industry.

greenguard                  eurofins