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Transparency is the New Green in Product Selection and Specification: Bringing product transparency to the mainstream in 2018 – AECs' webinar, #2

By Sustainable Minds on March 3, 2018

Recorded Tue, Feb 27, 2–3pm ET | 11–12pm PT

2017 Product Transparency Trend Report: From Innovation to Early Adoption to Early Mainstream

Since the introduction of LEED v4 and product transparency, new expectations and definitions of a 'greener and healthier' built environment have emerged. What's been happening? In this educational webinar, we will present the findings from this comprehensive report from Sustainable Minds.

Join us to learn about:

  • How the building product industry has invested in creating EPDs, material disclosures or both
  • Which MasterFormat® divisions have the most products with disclosures, and why
  • What are AECs' misconceptions and challenges to finding, selecting and specifying these products today
  • What does success look like?
Michael Heinsdorf, Avitru Wendy Vittori, Health Product Declaration Collaborative
Michael Heinsdorf
VP Business Development, Avitru
Wendy Vittori
Executive Director, Health Product Declaration Collaborative

We welcome special guest Wendy Vittori to discuss the evolution of the various material ingredient reporting programs and standards, the challenges addressed along the way and the work going forward.
All the brands investing in product transparency, free to use, no login

Avitru and Sustainable Minds are making it easier for building professionals to find, understand, select and specify products to construct higher-performing, greener & healthier buildings. The result will have a tremendous impact on how decisions about building products get made.

Listen to the replays of the 'Transparency is the New Green' series with Tarkett, Carnegie, Knauf, GAF and more.
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