(PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Osmose Utilities Services, Inc., the leading innovator and supplier of remedial wood preservative technologies to the utility industry, has received an Environmental Claim Validation from UL Environment for MP400-EXT®. MP400-EXT, an external remedial preservative coating, is the only remedial preservative that carries this distinguished validation.
The UL Environmental Claim Validation demonstrates to the marketplace that MP400-EXT exhibits volatile organic compound (VOC) content below the limits defined by South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) for the Wood Preservatives category of SCAQMD Rule 1113.
“By achieving an Environmental Claim Validation from UL Environment for MP400-EXT, Osmose Utilities Services, Inc. has demonstrated to buyers, retailers and consumers their commitment to third-party substantiation and scientifically backed claims” said Sara Greenstein, President of UL Environment.
UL Environment, a business unit of UL (Underwriters Laboratories), works to promote global sustainability, environmental health, and safety by supporting the growth and development of environmentally preferable products, services, and organizations. UL Environment’s Environmental Claim Validations are backed by one of the most trusted names in product safety and certifications. UL Environment helps companies achieve their sustainability and safety goals – and help purchasers, specifiers, governments, and consumers find products they can trust.
About Osmose Utilities Services, Inc.
Osmose provides professional grade remedial wood preservatives and products, along with inspection, maintenance, and rehabilitation services designed to help sustain T&D infrastructure. Osmose also provides utility data solutions and engineering services - from GIS related surveys for network connectivity and joint use, to pole loading analysis for make-ready design and regulatory compliance. With more than 78 years of diverse experience as a foundation, Osmose proudly serves America’s utilities as they manage aging infrastructure and build tomorrow’s intelligent utility. http://www.osmoseutilities.com.