“Green Label Plus is the gold standard for indoor air quality testing,” CRI President Joe Yarbrough said. “This partnership furthers the GLP brand by giving greater access to architects, designers, specifiers, and professional builders.”
CRI is committed to providing the greatest value to consumers and are continuously promoting members’ sustainability achievements. By adding Green Label Plus certifications to the Origin platform, GLP-certified products will attain greater visibility with consumers in the building industry.
The GLP-Origin collaboration will also benefit manufacturers with GLP certification by having a wider professional audience and effectively communicating product transparency.
“The GLP program continues to lead the industry and showcases the carpet industry’s
commitment to creating products that promote indoor air quality,” Yarbrough said.
Green Label Plus is a voluntary, industry testing program for carpet, adhesive, and cushion
products that establishes the highest standard for indoor air quality ever set by the carpet
industry. The Carpet and Rug Institute created the GLP program to identify carpets, adhesives,
and cushions that meet stringent criteria for low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
About The Carpet and Rug Institute
The CRI is the leading industry source for science-based information and insight on how carpet
and rugs create a better environment-for living, working, learning and healing. CRI’s mission is
to serve the carpet industry and public by providing facts that help people make informed
choices. Its best practices promote a balance between social, economic and environmental
responsibility for the long term. CRI does this for its industry, yet it strives to be a model
corporate citizen for all industries.