CRI’s Green Label Plus certification sets the highest standard ever set by the carpet industry for indoor air quality. The program uses an independent testing program to measure the total volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions as well as individual chemical concentrations in a rug.
To receive Green Label Plus certification, carpets must undergo a 14-day testing process that measures emissions for a range of chemicals and is administered by an independent laboratory. The test methodology was developed in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
With the Green Label Plus certification, our products can contribute one full Indoor Environmental Quality Credit to the LEED ratings of the U.S. Green Building Council.
For other sustainable features of our products check out the Eco Chart.
Here is the list of the products that received CRI Green Label Plus certificate.