Environmental Certifications Listings
Listed below are some of the leading environmental certifications that OFUSA manufacturers and service providers recognize. Many of the products offered by OFUSA meet or exceed these standards.

Greenguard:  The GREENGUARD Certification Program gives assurance that products designed for use in indoor spaces meet strict chemical emissions limits, which contribute to the creation of healthier interiors.




Greenguard Gold:  GREENGUARD Gold Certification offers strict certification criteria, considers safety factors to account for sensitive individuals, and ensures that a product is acceptable for use in environments such as schools and healthcare facilities.




BIFMA Level:  Level® is the multi-attribute, sustainability standard and third-party certification program for the furniture industry created to deliver the most transparent means of evaluating the environmental impacts of furniture products.




CARB:  CARB Consumer Products Regulatory Program is aimed at reducing the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), toxic air contaminants (TACs), and greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are emitted from the use of chemically formulated consumer products.




SCS Indoor:  SCS healthy indoor environment is a strict indoor air quality (IAQ) chemical emission limit established as part of SCS Indoor Advantage and Indoor Advantage Gold programs.




FSC:  FSC Chain of Custody certification allows companies to label their FSC products, which in turn enables consumers to identify and choose products that support responsible forest management.




Cradle to Cradle:  The Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM Product Standard is a multi-attribute, continuous improvement methodology that provides a path to manufacturing healthy and sustainable products for our world. It is administered by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation InstituteSM.




MAS:  MAS Certified Green is a registered trademark to delineate low¬†VOC emitting¬†products. MAS often qualifies for credits in sustainability programs such as U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Rating system and other rating systems.