The Precautionary List includes substances commonly found in the built environment that have been classified by regulatory entities as being harmful
to the health of humans and/or the environment. As such, this compilation is an ever-evolving and is updated as new data comes to light. This tool
encourages users to employ the precautionary principle in the specification of building products.
This list identifies Asthmagens--substances that induce the chronic condition of asthma--commonly found in the built environment. This list is a compilation of
substances that have identified human health impacts in the manufacturing, installation, and removal processes, as well as in the existing built environment.
Compiled from third-party, government and academic sources, this list brings awareness on the causes of the disease and helps users make informed decisions on
design and construction with respect to building products under the precautionary principle.
This list catalogs flame retardants found in the built environment. A comprehensive list providing in-depth knowledge of flame retardants, this tool is
primarily informational and educational, and helps users understand not only where flame retardants are found in the built environment, but also if identified
toxicity levels have a potential impact on human health. The original research was done by the Green Science Policy Institute.
In our ever-growing library of resources you will find a variety of materials, including a white paper on the potential human and environmental impacts of fly ash,
the first on-product transparency label, a video interview on material health in healthcare design, and much more.