LCA & material health results & interpretation JetSpray™

Evaluation program


Declare labels are issued to products disclosing ingredient inventory, sourcing and end of life options. Declare labels are based on the Manufacturers Guide to Declare, administered by the International Living Future Institute. 

How it works

Material ingredients are inventoried and screened against the Living Building Challenge (LBC) Red List which represents the ‘worst in class’ materials, chemicals, and elements known to pose serious risks to human  health and the greater ecosystem.

Assessment scope and results


Inventory threshold: 100 ppm

Declare level:

The Declare product database and label are used to select products that meet the LBC's stringent materials requirements, streamlining the materials specification and certification process.

LBC Red List Free This product does not contain any ingredients on the LBC Red List.

LBC Compliant This product meets the requirements of the LBC Red List Imperative due to a temporary exception.

Declared This product has voluntarily self-disclosed all ingredients in order to promote transparency.

Click the label to see the full declaration.

Knauf Insulation JetSpray™

What's in this product and why

Declare level

JetSpray™ contains no Red List chemicals. The Red List is a list of chemicals that are not allowed in Living Building Challenge buildings. Being Red List free is our design benchmark at Knauf. 

Jet Spray is designed to be blown into walls and is stabilized using a small amount of bio-based adhesive. The product meets GreenGuard Gold criteria and is validated to be formaldehyde-free.

What's in the product and why

This product is designed to be blown into walls without netting. The ingredients include: approximately 98% virgin glass fiber, 2% bio-based adhesive for stability, and a small amount of food-grade anti-microbials to prevent the mold growth within the adhesive. This product works well in interiors, as it is virgin glass with a small amount of adhesive.

What's been done in the design and manufacture in consideration of the potential human health impacts in the use stage

This product is formaldehyde-free and Red List free by design. Food grade anti-microbials were selected to guard the bio-based adhesive against mold growth.

Where it goes at the end of its life

At this time, the product is landfilled at end of life. We take extended producer responsibility very seriously and have active programs to address end of life. There is no option other than landfills at this time.

How we're making it healthier

Knauf engages very closely with its vendors to eliminate and avoid chemicals of concern. No competitor has as many Red List free products as Knauf Insulation. We continually reduce our environmental impacts through recycled content and optimize our products by designing them to be transformative.

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Knauf Insulation JetSpray™

Manufacturer's Guide to Declare
A comprehensive guide providing information about the program, the assessment methodology, how to submit material data to obtain a Declare label and how they are used to meet the Health & Happiness and Materials Petals of the Living Building Challenge.

Rating systems

LEED BD+C: New Construction | v4 - LEED v4
Building product disclosure and optimization
Material Ingredients

  • Credit value options 1 product each

  • 1. Reporting

    2. Optimization

    3. Supply Chain Optimization

Living Building Challenge 3.0
Materials petals imperatives

  • 10. Red List Free

    12. Responsible Industry

    13. Living Economy Sourcing

Well Building Standard®
Air and Mind Features

  • Air, 26. Enhanced Material Safety

  • Mind, 97. Material Transparency

    Mind, 98. Organizational Transparency

Collaborative for High Performance Schools National Criteria
MW 10.1 — Building Product Health Related Information Reporting

  • Product Health Related Information Report 1 point