“Without significantly reducing the amount of daylight entering a building, this low-e window film reduces solar heat gain and provides year-round thermal efficiency for existing windows in both warm and cool climates,” says Jeremy Verstraete, global business manager for Eastman Chemical Company. “We’re honored that EnerLogic 35 is the first and only window film to have been granted GreenTag Gold Plus certification for being an excellent product in its market category.”
EnerLogic 35 low-e window film was rated by EcoSpecifier Global on several factors, including impact on building operating costs, personal and ecosystem health, local and global species, greenhouse gas emissions, and corporate responsibility. GreenTag-rated products receive Product Eco-Scorecards that display the product’s lifecycle assessment and eco-point ratings for easy comparison or evaluation based on what’s most important to a commercial building professional.
Awarded in Australia, GreenTag certification is recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED green building rating system and several other global environmental rating systems, including BREEAM and the German Sustainable Building Council.
GreenTag certification makes it easier for building owners and facilities professionals to decide which eco-friendly products they want to use in new construction and retrofit projects. The certification also indicates that all product information and data has been third-party certified.