The Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) credits target environmental impact along with occupant wellbeing and performance by addressing the HVAC system, lighting, occupant comfort and pollutants.
Key areas of assessment include:
• Quality of internal air
• Thermal comfort
• Lighting comfort
• Acoustic comfort
• Hazardous Materials
• Visual Comfort
• Reduced Exposure to Pollutants
The Green Building Council welcomes your comments at: http://www.gbca.org.au/green-star/green-star-design-as-built/indoor-environment-quality/
With the experience brought by our certified Green Star practitioners and NABERs Accredited Assessors, Healthy Buildings International can evaluate thermal, lighting, acoustic, visual and pollutant load aspects of this credit within the framework of our proactive monitoring programs or to benchmark building performance.
Healthy Buildings International also routinely conducts hazardous and contaminated material assessments both within buildings and in the wider environment and with Accredited Asbestos Assessors and Occupational Hygienists on staff, we can evaluate all aspects of the Green Star Performance Indoor Environments Credits.