A new, expanded report from the ICC-ES SAVE Program verifies the sustainability of building materials and determines how the products may qualify for green building points within multiple green building rating systems.

A new, expanded report from the ICC-ES SAVE Program – Sustainable Attributes Verification and Evaluation™ – is the first of its kind to both verify the sustainability of building materials and determine how the products may qualify for green building points within multiple green building rating systems.

This new, expanded Verification of Attributes Report™ (VAR -1008) provides a single, comprehensive source for identifying how a given product or products can potentially contribute to points under one or more green building rating systems. In addition, it provides building professionals with an easy way to see how products fit into complex areas of green building, such as life cycle assessment (LCA).

To find a complete list of sustainable products successfully verified by the ICC-ES SAVE™ Program, visit the Directory of Reports available at www.icc-es.org/save. Manufacturers who would like to have their products evaluated can review the Application Details on the website by clicking on the link above.

Source: The International Code Council