A "red list" of chemicals is supposed to make the screening process simple. But with so many red lists popping up, which ones should you trust?
If you're one of the many people becoming increasingly concerned about chemical hazards found in building products, you might turn to a "red list" of chemicals for help in your screening process. Red lists have been proliferating, and whose should you trust? How does the Living Building Challenge red list of chemical hazards match up with the list associated with the LEED Pilot Credit 11? What's covered by the Perkins+Will Precautionary listthat isn't covered by the others?