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See below how Gypsum Floors by Gyproc can contribute to HQE criteria: controlling sources of indoor air pollution

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Key contribution

Gyproc is committed to reducing concentrations of chemical contaminants that can damage air quality, human health, productivity, and the environment, in order to maintain a healthy indoor environment that is free of pollutants.

Aim

To foster the identification, measurement and prevention of the internal and external sources of indoor air pollution.

Detailed requirement

Identifying and reducing the effects of internal and external sources of pollution, controlling occupants' exposure to indoor air pollutants and preventing the growth of bacteria in the air.

Our contribution

Option 13.2.2 (Control occupants' exposure to indoor air pollutants)

Saint-Gobain Gyproc activity is committed to reducing maximum number of pollutants in the solutions. We believe it is key for the health & well-being of the occupants as well as for the environment.
According to ISO 16000, Gyproc’s solutions are low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emitting, with emissions close to 0, and do not emit formaldehyde or ammonia in any significant measurable amount.

VOC emission tests conform to the most stringent international standards, and our solutions rank the highest, at A+, compliant with French regulations on VOCs and construction products introduced in April 2011.

Our Activ’Air®/AirRenew® patented technology reduces up to 70% of the formaldehyde that is already present in the indoor air. 1m² of Activ’Air is installed per 1m3 volume of the room.