fiberAmerica Announces Partnership with the US EPA and DOE as an ENERGY STAR Partner

fiberAmerica, an innovative manufacturer of consistent, high quality and environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber insulation products, today announced that it has formed a partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) as an ENERGY STAR Partner. fiberAmerica met all the necessary requirements as a manufacturer that promotes products that use less energy while providing the same or better performance than conventional designs.

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Allentown, PA (PRWEB) May 13, 2014

“We are proud to be one of the few companies in our industry that have passed the rigorous application process to date,” said George Day, director of business development at fiberAmerica. “Our products have always been ‘green’. Now, with this relatively new certification process, we officially have the ENERGY STAR seal of approval and will continue our efforts to protect the environment and help homeowners save on energy bills.”

Under this partnership, fiberAmerica will continue to measure, track and benchmark energy performance; further expand its plan to improve energy performance, adopting the ENERGY STAR strategy; and educate its staff and the public about ENERGY STAR.

About fiberAmerica
fiberAmerica is an innovative manufacturer of consistent, high quality and environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber insulation products. Based in Allentown, Pa., the company is conveniently located to serve contractors, distributors, architects, engineers and government agencies in the northeastern United States and international markets. Manufactured in the most technically-advanced production facility in the industry and using high quality recycled paper, fiberAmerica’s “Green Seal” product line provides superior acoustical insulation properties, reduces energy consumption and promotes a healthier environment.

For more information on fiberAmerica, visit http://www.fiberamerica.us.

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