Scheme overview

DGNB, LEED, BREEAM, AKTIVHAUS and PASSIVHAUS. What are the differences between the various certification schemes? Do we need so many?

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Silver for Troldtekt after more stringent requirements

The Troldtekt acoustic series has just been recertified according to Cradle to Cradle version 3.1. Troldtekt achieved gold level in four out of five criteria and retains its overall certification at silver level, despite the fact that version 3.1 has more stringent requirements.

The certification covers the complete range of Troldtekt acoustic panels, including those supplied in their natural colour and those painted in Troldtekt’s standard colours.

Troldtekt C2C

LEED and BREEAM-NL acknowledge Cradle to Cradle

In the latest versions of the American LEED certification scheme and the Dutch version of the BREEAM scheme, credits and points are awarded when Cradle to Cradle certified products are used in buildings.

Cradle to Cradle certification can be achieved for products which, after detailed examination, live up to requirements in five areas. For example, the product must be sustainably produced and so healthy that it can be part of a biological or technical cycle.

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Google Portico

Portico is the name of Google’s new database, which is designed to make it easier for project planners to choose smart and healthy materials when building productive working environments for the giant search engine’s employees.

Troldtekt Google Portico

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