LEED
Fibre Rock panels are one of the few architectural solid surface materials certified to FSC® standards by the Rainforest Alliance. Accordingly the material plays a role in enabling a project to acquire LEED points toward certification.
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System© is a voluntary standard for developing environmentally responsible, low emission, high performance, sustainable buildings. It was developed by the U.S. Green Building Council under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.
Fibre Rock is made from FSC® certified Recycled and FSC® certified Mix of recycled paper and that has been saturated with proprietary phenolic resins and selected natural pigments. 

Fibre Rock Contributions toward achieving LEED Green Building Rating System Points.
1MR Credit 3Materials Reuse
2MR Credit 4Recycled Content
3MR Credit 7Certified Wood
4MR Credit 4.4Low Emitting Materials
5MR Credit 1Innovation in Design