Preferred Resources

Our team of experts has vetted thousands of products for residential projects. We recognize the following building and home furnishing manufacturers for outstanding performance in the Natural, Sustainable, and Responsible categories of the WWYW program.


 Flooring | Sustainable| WWYW Certified Product
TruStile | Responsible
Kohler | Responsible
Armstrong Flooring | Responsible
CertainTeed | Responsible

Lee Industries | Exemplary
Bunakara  | Natural
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams |  Responsible
Norwalk Furniture |  Responsible
Nuevo | Sustainable
Palecek | Sustainable
Robin Wade Furniture | Sustainable
Surya | Sustainable


Additional Resources

Get connected with important relevant information in the areas we study, whether they are generated by WWYW, the media, our partners or other related sources. 

WWYW Research, Resources and news

WWYW Preferred Vendors
WWYW Toxins Sheet

Other Resources

Related Organizations

British Research Establishment (BRE)
Cradle to Cradle
Energy Star
Environmental Working Group
Global Organic Textile Standard
Healthy Building Science
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
Sustainable Furnishings Council
The Prince’s Foundation
UL Environment Greenguard
U.S. Green Building Council (LEED)

Links and Resources

EWG Guide to Healthy Cleaning
EWG Dirty Dozen List of Endocrine Disruptors


Sustainability Essentials: Reducing Harmful Toxins in the Home and Combating the Tight Box Syndrome
In this webinar presented by the Sustainable Furnishings Council, WWYW founder Jillian Pritchard Cooke shares with the audience how the Tight Box Syndrome contributes to unhealthy living environments. Learn how to identify, avoid and off gas harmful toxins responsibly.

SFC Next—Creating a Home that is Healthy, Non-Toxic and Resource Efficient
WWYW founder joins other industry experts in a discussion on designing a space that allows you and your family to live your best lives.

Toxic Free Talk Radio: Wellness Within Your Walls—Outgassing and Air Quality
WWYW’s Jillian Pritchard Cooke discusses indoor air quality and WWYW with Toxic Free Talk Radio founder Debra Lynn Dadd


Take the First Step

  • Learn where WWYW CEU credits are offered in your area.
  • Understand how to meet your health and safety course requirements.
  • Earn your WWYW designation and promote yourself and your business.
  • Combat the Tight Box Syndrome by reducing harmful toxins.
  • Gain WWYW approved product licensing and help your business meet consumer demand.
  • Add the WWYW logo to your healthy home products, or look for it on other healthy home products to better understand which products are certified to our measures.

Contact a WWYW consultant to discuss how to better promote your business.