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Published on February 27, 2014

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CSI format-compatible specification language that you can insert into your master/project documents for use in sourcing environmentally preferable products. For more information, please see www.ul.com/LEED; to query our Sustainable Product Guide, visit www.ul.com/spg.
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Indoor Environmental Quality Specifications For Interior Products and Materials [BUILDING OWNER] requires that their buildings be "Healthy Buildings", a productive as well as safe and comfortable environment for their occupants and employees. Paramount to achieving "Healthy Buildings" is the necessity to have acceptable indoor air quality. Realizing the need to achieve this goal, the UL Environment has defined an Assessment Program for Indoor Air Quality, which requires the implementation of various design and operational controls, as well as selections of those materials and furnishings which will be used in the construction and furnishing of the buildings. Interior finishes and furnishings will occupy significant area within the proposed buildings, and have the potential of off-gassing pollutant chemicals and particles that can contribute to the level of indoor air pollutants within the office space. To control the level of pollutant emissions originating from products within the buildings, [BUILDING OWNER] has proposed product emission specifications, which will be required of the selected product. The following specifications apply to finished products as installed or applied during building construction and furnishing. They do not apply to materials or components used in the construction of finished products or OEM materials. These requirements may be different. © 2014 UL Environment GG.SPEC.002.R2

a. Division 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 20 00 Thermal Protection 07 21 00 Thermal Insulation Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from insulation, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. Division 9 Finishes 09 20 00 Plaster and Gypsum Board 09 23 00 Gypsum Plastering 09 28 00 Backing Boards and Underlayments 09 29 00 Gypsum Board 09 50 00 Ceilings 09 51 00 Acoustical Ceilings 09 54 00 Specialty Ceilings 09 56 00 Textured Ceilings Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be © 2014 UL Environment Page 2 of 25

tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from ceiling systems, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 09 60 00 Flooring 09 62 00 Specialty Flooring 09 64 00 Wood Flooring 09 65 00 Resilient Flooring 09 66 00 Terrazzo Flooring 09 68 00 Carpeting 09 69 00 Access Flooring Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from carpet and flooring, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: © 2014 UL Environment Page 3 of 25

a. b. c. d. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 09 70 00 Wall Finishes 09 72 00 Wall Coverings Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from wallcovering, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) © 2014 UL Environment Page 4 of 25

(http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD Gold Certification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 09 90 00 Painting and Coating 09 91 23 Interior Painting 09 93 23 Interior Staining and Finishing 09 97 00 Special Coatings Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from paints and coatings, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid © 2014 UL Environment Page 5 of 25

response. Division 12 12 05 13 12 20 00 Furnishings Fabrics Window Treatments Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from fabric, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 12 30 00 Casework Must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-vocemissions-testing-and-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from individual © 2014 UL Environment Page 6 of 25

unit casework, assuming multiple unit installation, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 12 51 00 12 52 00 12 53 00 12 54 00 12 55 00 12 56 00 12 57 00 12 58 00 Office Furniture Seating Retail Furniture Hospitality Furniture Detention Furniture Institutional Furniture Industrial Furniture Residential Furniture Must be UL GREENGUARD Certified (for commercial spaces) ORGREENGUARDGoldCertified (for school and healthcare spaces)ORmust meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-voc-emissions-testingand-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from an individual unit, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes © 2014 UL Environment Page 7 of 25

d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD Certification Certificate OR GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. 12 59 00 Systems Furniture Must be UL GREENGUARD Certified (for commercial spaces) ORGREENGUARD GoldCertified (for school and healthcare spaces)ORMust meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-voc-emissions-testingand-evaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from furniture, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 © 2014 UL Environment Page 8 of 25

“Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD Certification Certificate OR UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. Additional Information: 1. Adhesives and sealants must be UL GREENGUARD GoldCertified OR Must meet or be lower than the emission limits detailed below. Products should be tested using theStandard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions from Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1 (2010)http://www.cal-iaq.org/vocs/standard-method-for-voc-emissions-testing-andevaluation(Testing data current to within 12 months). The target specifications are emissions rates of the pollutants emanating from insulation, which will not result in building air concentrations greater than: a. 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde b. 0.5 mg/m3 of TVOC c. 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes d. Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. e. Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). f. Any pollutant not listed must producean air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL) (http://www.oehha.ca.gov/air/allchrels.html) Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. A current UL GREENGUARD GoldCertification Certificate must be provided with each bid response ORa test report from a laboratory with CA 01350 in its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation OR a compliance table, as attached, must be completed with each bid response. All emission rate testing pursuant to this specification shall be completed according to the dynamic environmental chamber technology as prescribed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA600/8-89-074) and ASTM 5116-97 and ASTM 6670-01 according to standard test methods of the UL Environment or approved, comparative methods. Data shall be made available for review and approval. © 2014 UL Environment Page 9 of 25

Division 7 --Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 20 00 --- Thermal Protection 07 21 00 --- Thermal Insulation Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Name Procurement Information Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 10 of 25

Division 9 --- Finishes 09 50 00 --- Ceilings 09 51 00 --- Acoustical Ceilings 09 54 00 --- Specialty Ceilings 09 56 00 --- Textured Ceilings Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Name Address Item 1 Procurement Information Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 11 of 25

Division 9 --- Finishes 09 60 00 --- Flooring 09 62 00 --- Specialty Flooring 09 64 00 --- Wood Flooring 09 65 00 --- Resilient Flooring 09 66 00 --- Terrazzo Flooring 09 68 00 --- Carpeting 09 69 00 --- Access Flooring Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Procurement Information Name Address Item Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 1 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. 3 Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 12 of 25

Division 9 --- Finishes 09 70 00 --- Wall Finishes 09 72 00 --- Wall Covering Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Name Procurement Information Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 13 of 25

Division 9 Finishes 09 90 00 --- Paints and coatings 09 91 00 --- Interior Painting 09 93 23 --- Interior Staining and Finishing 09 97 00 --- Special Coatings Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Name Procurement Information Address Item Summary Description Comply (Y or N) 1 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. 3 Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 14 of 25

Division 12 --Furnishings 12 05 13 --- Fabrics 12 20 00 --- Window Treatments Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Procurement Information Name Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL).Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 15 of 25

Division 12 --Furnishings 12 30 00 --- Casework Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Procurement Information Name Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, 11 address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 16 of 25

Division 12 --12 51 00 12 52 00 12 53 00 12 54 00 12 55 00 12 56 00 12 57 00 12 58 00 Instructions: Furnishings Office Furniture Seating Retail Furniture Hospitality Furniture Detention Furniture Institutional Furniture Industrial Furniture Residential Furniture (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Procurement Information Name Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. 9 10 11 Submit evaluation-related quality control data. Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 17 of 25

Division 12 --Furnishings 12 59 00 --- Systems Furniture Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Procurement Information Name Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43 ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/10 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 18 of 25

Adhesives and Sealants Instructions: (1) Attach all submissions to original of this form; (2) Any non-compliant items must be explained in an accompanying attachment; (3) Form must be certified by responsible representative of bidder. Bidder Information Name Procurement Information Address Item 1 Comply (Y or N) Summary Description 7.3 ppb of Formaldehyde 3 2 0.5 mg/m of Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) 3 43ppb of Total Aldehydes 4 Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided. 5 Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/100 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard (Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438). 6 Any pollutant not listed must produce air concentration level no greater than ½ the CA Chronic Reference Exposure Level (CREL). Adopted by the State of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) as required per the State of CA DPH’s CDPH/EHLB/Standard Method V1.1 “Standard Method for the Testing and Evaluation of Volatile Organic Chemical Emissions From Indoor Sources Using Environmental Chambers Version 1.1” Dated February 2010, Table 4-1. Submitted detailed description of product(s) evaluated. 7 Submit detailed test protocol employed. 8 9 Submit graphs, tables, and other supporting documentation relating to evaluation results. Submit evaluation-related quality control data. 10 11 Identify organization, which evaluated the product(s). Include name, address, telephone number, and contact person. I certify information presented on, and attached to, this compliance table is true, complete and accurate. Signed:_____________________________ Title:______________________ Date:_________ © 2014 UL Environment Page 19 of 25

Resources and References 1. UL Environment www.ul.com/environment 2. UL Environment: www.ul.com/environment 3. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: www.epa.gov/iaq 4. Germany’s Blue Angel Program: www.blauer-engel.de 5. United States Green Building Council: www.usgbc.org 6. Green Guide for Health Care: www.gghc.org 7. UL Environment, GREENGUARD Certification Standards for Low-Emitting Products for the Indoor Environment, GEI, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002. 8. USEPA Report 600/8-89-074, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 1989. 9. State of Washington Indoor Air Quality Specifications, Department of General Administration, Furniture Specification, January 1994. 10. ASHRAE 62-2004, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, ASHRAE, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004. 11. ACGIH, 2003 Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents, Cincinnati, OH. 12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Technology Verification Test Protocol, "Large Chamber Test Protocol for Measuring Emissions of VOCs and Aldehydes", September 1999. © 2014 UL Environment Page 20 of 25

Environmental Product Declarations Insulation EPDs a. Division 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 20 00 Thermal Protection 07 21 00 Thermal Insulation A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. 09 60 00 09 62 00 09 64 00 09 65 00 09 66 00 09 68 00 09 69 00 Flooring Specialty Flooring Wood Flooring Resilient Flooring Terrazzo Flooring Carpeting Access Flooring A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. Division 12 Furnishings 12 05 13 Fabrics 12 20 00 Window Treatments A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. 12 30 00 Casework A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. 12 51 00 12 52 00 Office Furniture Seating © 2014 UL Environment Page 21 of 25

12 53 00 12 54 00 12 55 00 12 56 00 12 57 00 12 58 00 12 59 00 Retail Furniture Hospitality Furniture Detention Furniture Institutional Furniture Industrial Furniture Residential Furniture Systems Furniture A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. Desktops/Computers/Laptops A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. Mobile Devices A current UL Environment certified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) must be provided with each bid response OR a type III third-party certified EPD, including external verification, which conforms to ISO 14025, 14040, 14044, and EN 15804 or ISO 21930 and have at least a cradle to gate scope. © 2014 UL Environment Page 22 of 25

Multi-attribute Certifications Division 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection 07 20 00 Thermal Protection 07 21 00 Thermal Insulation A current UL Environment certification to at least the silver level of achievement for ULE 115 Standard for Sustainability for Thermal Insulation. Alternatively you can use a current third-party certification from another party, should it come from an organization which has ISO Guide 65/ISO 17025 accreditation for third-party certification. 09 60 00 Flooring 09 62 00 Specialty Flooring 09 65 00 Resilient Flooring 09 66 00 Terrazzo Flooring 09 68 00 Carpeting A current UL Environment certification to at least the certified level of achievement for NSF 140 for carpet, NSF 332 for resilient flooring, or GreenSquared for tile. Alternatively you can use a current third-party certification from another party, should it come from an organization which has ISO Guide 65/ISO 17025 accreditation for third-party certification. Division 12 12 05 13 Furnishings Fabrics A current UL Environment certification to at least the certified level of achievement for NSF 336 commercial furnishings fabric. Alternatively you can use a current third-party certification from another party, should it come from an organization which has ISO Guide 65/ISO 17025 accreditation for third-party certification. 12 30 00 12 51 00 12 52 00 12 53 00 12 54 00 12 55 00 12 56 00 12 57 00 12 58 00 12 59 00 Casework Office Furniture Seating Retail Furniture Hospitality Furniture Detention Furniture Institutional Furniture Industrial Furniture Residential Furniture Systems Furniture A current UL Environment certification to at least the certified level of BIFMA e3 through the level certification program. Alternatively you can use a current third-party certification from another party, should it come from an organization which has been © 2014 UL Environment Page 23 of 25

approved by BIFMA to provide level certification. 09720 Wallcovering A current UL Environment certification to at least the certified level of achievement for NSF 342 wallcovering products. Alternatively you can use a current third-party certification from another party, should it come from an organization which has ISO Guide 65/ISO 17025 accreditation for third-party certification. Desktops/Computers/Laptops A current certification to at least the bronze level for EPEAT. Alternatively you can use a UL Environment certification to 1680.1 for PCs and PC Displays. Televisions A current certification to at least the bronze level for EPEAT. Alternatively you can use a UL Environment certification to 1680.3 for Televisions. Imaging Devices A current certification to at least the bronze level for EPEAT. Alternatively you can use a UL Environment certification to 1680.2 for Imaging Equipment. Mobile Devices A current certification to at least the bronze level for EPEAT. Alternatively you can use a UL Environment certification to ULE 110. © 2014 UL Environment Page 24 of 25

Janitorial/ Sanitation Certifications Sanitary Paper A current UL EcoLogo certification to UL EcoLogo 175 Standard for Sustainability for Sanitary Paper Products. Cleaning Products A current UL EcoLogo certification to UL EcoLogo 2759 for Hard Surface Cleaners, UL EcoLogo 2777 for Hard Floor Care, or UL EcoLogo 2792 for Cleaning and Degreasing Compounds. Personal Cleaning Products A current UL EcoLogo certification to UL EcoLogo 2784 for Hand Cleaners and Hand Soaps or UL EcoLogo 2783 for Hand Sanitizers. © 2014 UL Environment Page 25 of 25

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