I would like to determine if an after market, adjustable-height desktop (which is placed on the surface of an existing desk to allow the user to raise / lower their monitor, keyboard, mouse) would be required to meet the low-emitting criteria?
Example product: https://ergoworks.com.sg/varidesk-proplus-36-black.html
For our clients interested in both LEED & WELL certification, we are trying to determine if all sit-stand desks (such as this example), which are mandatory for 30% of occupants for WELL certification, must be low-emitting as well?
As LEED & WELL are very similar, I'm hoping someone can shed some light on this as it would apply to LEED (and then we'll make our best judgment regarding WELL...)
Vermont House of Representatives
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August 26, 2017 - 6:35 pm
What you describe doesn't meet what I consider a definition of systems furniture, so no.