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See below how Design Glass Solution by Saint-Gobain can contribute to WELL V1 criteria: Air Quality Standards.

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Key contribution

Glass, itself, is by definition a non-emitting source of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Moreover, in keeping with our commitment to using eco-friendly building materials, our mirrors and lacquered glass get the highest score of A+ according to the French standards on VOCs.

Aim

To ensure a basic level of high indoor air quality.

Detailed requirement

Part 1: Standards for Volatile Substances:

  • Formaldehyde less than 27 ppb
  • Total volatile organic compounds less than 550 μg/m³

Part 2: Standards for Particulate Matter and Inorganic Gases

  • Carbon monoxyde less than 9 ppm
  • PM₂.₅ less than 15 μg/m³
  • PM₁₀ less than 50 μg/m³
  • Ozone less than 51 ppb

Part 3: Radon

  • Radon less than 4 pCi/L in the lowest occupied level of the project

Part 4: Operational Kitchen Air Quality

  • Carbon monoxide levels less than 35 ppm.
  • PM₂.₅ less than 35 μg/m³.
  • Nitrogen dioxide less than 100 ppb.
  • Formaldehyde less than 81 ppb.

See detailed requirement for Air Quality Standards

Our contribution

Glass is usually recognized as an inert material, meaning that it does not emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Regarding furniture, glass is used as mirrors (MIRALITE REVOLUTION, MIRALITE SAFE and MIRASTAR) and lacquered glass (PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION/DECOLAQUE, PLANILAQUE STADIP, MY DECOLAQUE, VITRIO, DECOLIT, MY DECOPRINT and MAGNETIC glass marker board). For this kind of application, in accordance with French regulations on VOCs and construction products, these glazing products rank at the highest scoring of A+, meaning <1000 µg/m3 in total VOCs and <10 µg/m3 in formaldehyde.

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