MicroPro® Wood Treatment Technology

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MicroPro® Wood Treatment Technology

TOP 3 Benefits:
• Health & Ecotoxicity
• Environmental Management System
• Low VOC

Koppers’ MicroPro® wood treatment technology is a micronized copper azole (MCA) based preservative applied to wood by a pressure impregnation process.  MicroPro® treated wood can be used for a variety of applications including decks, fences, landscaping, fresh water docks, agricultural and general construction uses. Wood products treated with the MicroPro® preservative technology provide protection against fungal decay, insect attack and termites.

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The products have successfully passed the relevant GreenTag Standard’s Cautionary Assessment Process and no issues of concern or red lights comments exist regarding the toxicity of the products.

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GreenRate Level a

GreenTag GreenRate Level a

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GreenTag Downloads:

Download Product Certificate

Download Product Health Declaration (PHD)

Certified under:

Global GreenTag Standard v4.0

Rating tools relevance:

GreenStar “Design and As Built v1.2” and “Interiors v1.2” Rating Tools Credits:
• Sustainable Products

GreenStar “Performance 1.2” Rating Tools Credit:
• Refurbishment Materials

International WELL™ Building Standard V1.0 Features – IWBI
• Air: Feature 26: Enhanced Material Safety (PhD in process)
• Mind: Feature 97: Material Transparency (PhD in process)

International WELL™ Building Standard V2.0 Features – IWBI
• X01 Material Restrictions (Part 3)
• X07 Material Transparency (Part 1&3)
• X08 Material Optimization (Part 1&2)

LEED® v4.0 and V4.1 Rating Tool Credit:
MR Credit: Building Product Disclosure and Optimisation - Material Ingredients - Option 1 - Material Ingredient Reporting and Option 2 - International ACP - REACH Optimization

More information:

The product is GreenTag GreenRate Level A Certified under Scheme A7.
The scope of certification includes MicroPro® wood treatment Technology
The products have successfully passed the relevant GreenTag Standard’s Cautionary Assessment Process and no issues of concern or red lights comments exist regarding the toxicity of the product.