Berkeley Analytical announces the release of the ClearChem™ product-declaration label. This new label is intended for use by companies in their online and print marketing of products for which approved ClearChem declarations have been published.
A company that has contracted with Berkeley Analytical to participate in the ClearChem program or is applying to participate in ClearChem and wants to use the ClearChem marks in its marketing materials will receive the ClearChem Logo Licensing Agreement. Once both the ClearChem Implementation Agreement and the Licensing Agreement are signed, the company will receive the graphics package consisting of Adobe Illustrator and PNG files for both the current ClearChem logo and the new ClearChem label. The files are provided in full color, gray-scale, and black and white formats. Then as the company successfully completes the required testing of representative samples of its products, it can publish marketing materials for these products that display the ClearChem label and logo. The label displays the ClearChem logo in a framed window and clearly communicates to the company’s customers that the products meet the VOC emission requirements in CDPH Standard Method V1.2.
If your company is currently a participant in Berkeley Analytical’s ClearChem product declaration program, or has applied or is considering applying to use the ClearChem program, get started today by requesting a copy of the ClearChem Marks Usage Guidelines document.
About ClearChem: ClearChem™ facilitates the creation of transparent, self-declared environmental claims regarding the compliance of a company’s interior building products with the volatile organic compound (“VOC”) emission requirements in CDPH Standard Method 1.2. The ClearChem program was launched in 2015 and is owned and operated by Berkeley Analytical, an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited test laboratory with 30+ years of indoor air quality testing experience. The ClearChem program is approved by the USGBC as a pathway for LEED v4/4.1 EQ Credit: Low-Emitting Materials and additionally is accepted by WELL, CHPS, and other green building standards that specify the CDPH Standard Method.