List of Furniture and Materials that Meet the HH Healthy Interiors Goal, Version 1.0

In 2012, Version 1.0 of the Healthy Interiors goal was launched. Version 1.0 is no longer the current version of the goal, but this page has been archived for participants interested in accessing this content. Building on Version 1.0, in December 2015, Version 2.0 was launched. Version 2.0 expands the list of chemicals and materials covered in the Healthy Interiors goal. To see the current Version 2.0, please go to this page.

Healthier Hospitals worked with furniture and textile manufacturers to identify products that meet the Healthy Interiors Version 1.0 goal. An important note: this is NOT a certification, and Healthier Hospitals does NOT verify this information. Hospitals are encouraged to seek verification from individual manufacturers.

What is Version 1.0 of the HH Healthy Interiors Goal?

The goal requires participating hospitals to ensure that 25 percent of the annual volume of freestanding furniture and medical furnishings (purchases based on cost) eliminate the intentional use of halogenated flame retardants, formaldehyde, perfluorinated compounds, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC, also known as vinyl).


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