Declare provides a free and simple database of the healthiest products on the market. The transparency labels help Living Building Challenge project teams meet stringent materials requirements within the world’s most rigorous building performance standard.
The Red List represents the “worst in class” materials, chemicals, and elements known to pose serious risks to human health and the greater ecosystem that are prevalent in the building products industry. ILFI and LFIA believe that these materials should be phased out of production due to human and/or environmental health and toxicity concerns.
Acoufelt FilaSorb™ collections, WoodBeQuiet™ planks, and QuietBack™ carpet tiles have received “LBC Red List Free” declaration status – having disclosed 100% of product ingredients at or above 100 ppm (0.01%) in the final product and not containing any Red List chemicals. They have been shown to meet the requirements of the Living Building Challenge (LBC) Red List Imperative.