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Submissions will be judged on:
the extent to which the product is environmentally innovative and aesthetically pleasing;
how the product promotes sustainability, including, but not limited to, energy savings, recycled content, life cycle assessments, and end-of-life management;
materials selection within the manufacturing process (such as substitution of hazardous and toxic chemicals for those that are less harmful);
resource efficiency within the manufacturing process (particularly water and energy use);
recycling and waste management within the manufacturing process;
recycling and waste management after the product has completed its life-cycle.
A panel of distinguished industry professionals comprised of ASID professional members and Interiors & Sources editors will review all submissions and select the winners based on the products’ merits in effectiveness and innovation in sustainable commercial interior design.