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Other schemes DNV GL offers
Green Star PVC Credit
Since first published in 2003, Green Star rating tools included a 'Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Minimisation' credit to encourage the minimisation of PVC in base building and interior fit out applications. The 'PVC Minimisation' credit was included in the first Green Star rating tool, Green Star - Office Design v1, and has featured in all subsequent tools
The Best Practice Guidelines for PVC in the Built Environment (The Guidelines) represent the most significant outcome of the PVC credit review. The Guidelines address opportunities for the minimisation of environmental and health impacts of the PVC life cycle. Under the PVC credit, projects can claim two points towards their Green Star rating if the project's flooring and resilient wall coverings, cable, pipe and conduit - which together account for most PVC use in buildings - meet the compliance.
Environmental Product Declaration, EPD®,
An Environmental Product Declaration, EPD®, is a registered document that provides relevant, verified and comparable information about the environmental impact of goods and services.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) gives you a more complete understanding of your company’s dependence on critical raw materials, the availability of alternative sources, and the impact of materials and processes on the environment. With our integrated LCA software platform, you can identify trade-offs within your value chain and reduce both economic and environmental risks.
PersonalProtective Equipment (PPE)
ProductMark certification is offered for many personal protective equipment products for example, eye and hearing protectors, personal flotation devices (PFD’s), buoyancy aids, safety footwear, gloves, vests, sunglasses, protective clothing, diving suits, knee protectors, and many more.
Second Party Inspections and Assessments
Second Party Inspections and Assessments are based on the requirements of our clients, as opposed to a specific Standard. The compliance can be to a process or to a product, against an agreed specification. The purpose of a second party inspection and assessment is to provide the customer with objective evidence of compliance to a specification, as agreed between customer and supplier.
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