The LEED guide states the following: “Building products must be tested and determined compliant in accordance with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Standard Method v1.1–2010, using the applicable exposure scenario. The default scenario is the private office scenario. The manufacturer’s or third-party certification must state the exposure scenario used to determine compliance.” My question is - does this mean that we can only purchase products that have been tested under the scenario that meets our project type? e.g. if we are certifying a school we can only use products that have been tested under a school scenario?
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