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See below how SageGlass by Saint-Gobain can contribute to WELL criteria: Material transparency

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Key contribution

In line with our willingness to give our customers greater transparency, SageGlass is covered by a DECLARE label which provides a transparency reporting of the material ingredients and potential health hazards contained. 

Aim

To promote material transparency along the supply chain.

Detailed requirement

Part 1: Material Information

At least 50% (as measured by cost) of interior finishes and finish materials, furnishings (including workstations) and built-in furniture have some combination of the following material descriptions:

  • Declare Label.
  • Health Product Declaration.
  • Any method accepted in USGBC's LEED v4 MR credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimization Material Ingredients, Option 1: material ingredient reporting.

Part 2: Accessible Information

The following condition is met:

  • All declaration information is compiled and made readily available to occupants either digitally or as part of a printed manual.

See detailed requirement for Material transparency

Our contribution

SageGlass is covered by a DECLARE label which provides a transparency reporting of the material ingredients and potential health hazards contained. 

Every year, Saint-Gobain publishes its annual report, including sustainability reporting information on SageGlass®, which is based on the GRI V4 (Global Reporting Initiative) framework. The report is publicly available on the Saint-Gobain website. The SageGlass Declare label is publicly available online.