Spec™ products have been level® certified by an independent, third party audit firm to conform to the BIFMA e3 Furniture Sustainability Standard.

level® 2 goes far beyond indoor air quality and takes into account how a product is sustainable from multiple perspectives, such as a company’s social actions, energy usage, material selection and human and ecosystem impacts. level® 3 takes the standard further within aforementioned categories conforming to a more stringent sustainability criteria.

BIFMA International is the recognized leader in developing standards for the North American office and institutional furniture industry.

Spec Products that are Level 2 Certified

Spec Products that are Level 3 Certified


Spec product is HHI compliant

Healthy Interiors goal of the Healthier Hospitals Safer Chemicals Challenge, Version 2.0 ensures that 30% of the annual volume of furnishings and furniture purchases (based on cost) eliminate the use of formaldehyde, perfluorinated compounds, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), antimicrobials*, and flame retardants**.

Spec HHI Declaration

*Triclosan and triclocarban are explicitly prohibited. No other added or built-in chemical antimicrobials are allowed unless they are registered with the U.S. EPA under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and have published data that show efficacy in a hospital/clinical setting measured by a reduction in healthcare associated infections (HAIs) as part of comprehensive infection control measures. Antimicrobials added to materials or products for the sole purpose of preserving the product are exempt.

**Eliminate the intentional use of all flame retardants where code permits. When flame retardant chemicals are necessary to meet code requirements, use chemicals that meet GreenScreen Benchmark 3 or 4 or their equivalent.


Spec's MAS certificate

Spec MAS Certificate