Jotun's Green Building products contribute to achieving credits in the major green buidling standards.
Green building standards and product labels are introduced in the following countries:
As well as complying to the global green building standards, Jotun also focused on local requirements, ensuring we understand the local market needs and focus on green solutions.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 is one of the main international green building standards with more than 94,000 projects across 165 countries and territories taking part in the LEED system for certifying the green criteria of products.
BREEAM is one of the world’s leading sustainability assessment methods for building, infrastructure and masterplan projects. The standards is used in 77 countries on thousands of projects and has become a globally recognised standard.
Estidama, the Arabic word for sustainability, is a key aspect of the Abu Dhabi Vision 2030, to build the emirate according to green standards. While not a green building rating system, such as LEED or BREEAM, Estidama is an elective building code that contains the Pearl Rating System and is mandatory in Abu Dhabi.
The BCA Green Mark Scheme is an initiative aimed at driving Singapore's construction industry towards more environment-friendly buildings. The scheme uses internationally recognised best practices in environmental design and performance as its basis.
The Green Building Index (GBI) is the recognised green rating tool for buildings in Malaysia. It aims to to promote sustainability and raise awareness among developers, architects, engineers, planners, designers, contractors and the public about environmental issues.
GRIHA was adopted by the Government of India in 2007 as the national rating system for green buildings and attempts to minimise a building’s resource consumption, waste generation, and overall ecological impact to within certain nationally acceptable limits / benchmarks.