I recently had a pecora product rejected from the Adhesives & Sealants category because the reviewer said that the emissions report from Intertek Labs was not valid becuase it did not list Intertek's ISO 17025 certification.  The reviewer said that Intertek was not listed in LEED's Low-Emitting Materials Third Party Certifications Table found here:


The thing about that is that Intertek is listed in the table.  I went ahead and called Intertek and they sent me a copy of their ISO 17025 certification from a company called A2LA.

Why is LEED rejecting an emissions certificate from a testing lab that is listed in their own Certifications Table?