Since 1986, when Californians voted in favor of the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act (more commonly known as Proposition 65), the initiative has been warning residents of California of toxic substances that are in the goods they purchase. The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) oversees Proposition 65 and its list of… read more
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Our Product Lens™ chemical disclosure program has been recognized under the Building Product Design and Optimization grouping – Materials Ingredient credit by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® green building program. To read about the specific requirements in this category of LEEDv4, visit the USGBC website. UL’s Product Lens program was developed to address… read more
The following is Part 4 of our blog series on Zero Waste, written by William F. Hoffman III Ph.D., Senior Scientist and Corporate Fellow at UL Environment. In my last blog entry I talked about recognized diversion routes and the overall goals of the UL ECVP 2799, Zero Waste to Landfill program. This week I’m dedicating the blog… read more