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Building Materials Certification and Healthy Indoor Air

11 May 2020

It is a common statistic when talking about the quality of indoor air, that we spend approximately 90% of our time indoors. The origin of that statistic was a study by the US Environmental Protection Agency back in 19891. The importance of this is the nature of the contained environment of the home; in the move towards greater environmental sustainability, homes have become more energy efficient and more tightly sealed. While this provides a better environmental impact, it also means that the air in the home does not become renewed through passage of fresh air.

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Allergy Standards at the US 2019 Greenbuild Conference

18 November 2019

Allergy Standards’ CEO, Dr John McKeon, will be delivering 2 sessions at the Greenbuild Conference and Expo 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia, US.

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Why and how we certify fiberglass insulation – a Q&A

27 June 2019

What is it that makes some insulation better for the indoor environment than others, and where do we draw the line to decide to certify insulation?

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Why and how we certify flooring – a Q&A. Allergy Standards. Indoor Air.

Why and how we certify flooring – a Q&A

20 June 2019

What is it that makes some flooring better for the indoor environment than others, and where do we draw the line to decide to certify a flooring product?

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Owens Corning Pure Saftey High Performance Insulation gets certified

Pure Safety Insulation Product from Owens Corning passes ASP:19-01/101 Certification Standard

7 February 2017

Allergy Standards Limited (ASL) today announced that the Pure Safety™ high performance insulation from Owens Corning have passed the relevant Certification Standards.

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