We are often asked, “can the SRI of my material pass the requirement?”. This post aims to answer this question.
There are no universal acceptance criteria for SRI. In practice, there could be 3 types of acceptance criteria:
There might be other types of acceptance criteria depending on your objective (e.g. if you want to certify your products under SGBP Certification, SGBC has their own requirements).
Project-specific SRI requirements
Please check with the buyer (e.g. architect, consultant or owner) for the project-specific SRI requirements.
USGBC LEED SRI requirements
Please refer to this page for the requirements in LEED.
Singapore Green Mark requirements
Please refer to this document for the requirements in Green Mark (please search “SRI” in the PDF document).
The information listed above may be outdated. Please check with your LEED or Green Mark consultant for the latest requirements.
Additionally, 3 SRI results are presented in our test reports (low-wind, medium-wind, and high-wind, as shown below). If it is not explicitly stated in the requirement, the medium-wind SRI result shall be used in the evaluation by default.