Green Star is a membership-driven organization aiming at building sustainable buildings and certifying these. Developed in Australia, there are analogous organizations in New Zealand and in South Africa.
Products cannot be certified, but use of compliant products can help building projects to collect additional points for a higher sustainability rating.
Different than other associations for sustainable buildings, most of the criteria documents for assigning sustainability points are not public for free, they must be purchased for a significant price, or you must become member of the respective Green Building Council for a significant fee. But now Eurofins identified the relevant VOC and formaldehyde related requirements and established a new page on the Eurofins homepage.
If you are confronted with VOC and formaldehyde requirements under the flag of Green Star, then the new page can give you some helping hand: www.eurofins.com/green-star.