"Indoor Air Controlled"
The international label “Indoor Air Controlled” guarantees consumers the best available information on emissions from products into indoor air. Thanks to this label, they can choose products that release the least amount of harmful substances into their homes’ air.
Why this label?
Indoor air is becoming increasingly polluted.
The “Indoor Air Controlled” label was developed following alarming findings on indoor air contamination. More than 500 chemical pollutants, a number of which are carcinogenic, are emitted by household products: furniture, paint, building materials, cleaning products, etc.
Find out here where this pollution comes from and its impact on your health
Undertakings given by the label
Transparency - Consistency - Clarity - Expertise - Verification - Sanctions
Uncompromising in its undertakings, “Indoor Air Controlled” has made every effort to ensure that consumers have clear information on the emissions from products into indoor air.
The label is subject to the most stringent scientific, transparent and verified procedures.
Find here all the undertakings given by the label and certified companies
Our approved partners
“Indoor Air Controlled” is completely independent in order to avoid any conflict of interest. All analyses are carried out by high-quality partner laboratories. The label is based on the most stringent standards set by external agencies.
In France, partners are approved by COFRAC, the French national institution accreditation body which is involved in assessing compliance in France. In Belgium, partners are approved by BELAC (Belgian accreditation body).
Find here our partners’ accreditations
Understanding the product ratings
Stringent, clear and uncompromising ratings.
“Indoor Air Controlled” assigns every product tested a pollution index from A+ (very low emissions) to C (high emissions) representing the toxicity risk from inhalation of the pollutants detected.
The rating system has been developed to be immediately understandable by users and guide them easily in their product choice.
Find out here what each rating means
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