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…document in the Carpet and Rug Institute’s Green Label Plus (GLP) program. This manual serves as a guide to all processes and procedures within the GLP program, including testing, handling, private labeling and other administrative functions. This manual applies to all GLP Certification Team members, contracted personnel, and participants… Fee Schedule Emissions Criteria Category Lists Green Label Plus Service Mark Usage Guidelines Participation Agreement Carpet Product Registration Form (DOCX) Cushion Product Registration Form (DOCX) Adhesive Product Registration Form (DOCX) Private Label Product Registration Form (DOCX) Participant Information Update Form (DOCX)…

The Importance of Vacuuming The Carpet and Rug Institute frequently promotes the best ways to care for and maintain carpet, and today we’re going back to basics by focusing on the importance of vacuuming. Vacuuming is one of the best ways for you to take care of carpet and get the most out of your investment in carpet. This is something we teach a lot at the Carpet and Rug Institute because vacuuming is also one of the easiest ways to take proper care of carpet. Vacuuming carpet is very similar...

…indicated no specific links of adverse human health effects due to chemical emissions from carpet. The carpet industry members are committed to improving the quality of indoor air and reducing the VOCs from its products. To achieve this goal, CRI established a testing and labeling program. The program’s green and white logo displayed on carpet samples informs the consumer that the specific manufacturer’s product type has been tested by an independent laboratory and has met the program criteria for very low emissions. The manufacturer’s carpet sample is tested for chemical…

…role in the indoor environment. Throughout those evaluations, scientific evidence has indicated no specific links of adverse human health effects due to chemical emissions from carpet. The carpet industry members are committed to improving the quality of indoor air and reducing the VOCs from its products. To achieve this goal, CRI established a testing and labeling program. The program’s green and white logo displayed on carpet samples informs the consumer that the specific manufacturer’s product type has been tested by an independent laboratory and has met the program criteria for…