Dear all

I'd need your comment about "Low Emitting Material credit, General Emission Evaluation". 

Regarding the recognized schemes accepted for projects outside the United States, the table shows:

- M1: Yes, M1

- Eco-institute-label: Yes **, (if additional low formaldehyde requirement is also met)

My interpretation is as follows:

- M1 certificate is enough to declare compliance with the General Emission Evaluation requirement

- Eco-institut-label is not enough to declare the compliance with the General Emission Evaluation requirement, since it is also required that the formaldehyde concentration in µg / mc is less than 10 µg / mc.

Is my interpretation correct?

I look forward to your reply.


Br, Antonio Saccardi