It feels really good to be able to tell the whole HPD story on G2, which complies with the spirit and the letter of transparency.
Milwaukee, Wis (PRWEB) December 04, 2014
With its formula securely under patent protection, Inpro has released a full-disclosure Health Product Declaration (HPD) for its revolutionary G2 BioBlend® polymer. The new HPD covers sheet materials for wall cladding.
This new transparency document release is another first for the obsessive protectors of building interiors. Inpro was a pioneer in its successful launch of durable biopolymer wall and door protection products. The company also scooped its industry by launching a robust library of transparency documentation, with both Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) and HPDs for its vinyl-based products.
“We have always approached transparency with the commitment to deliver full-disclosure documentation whenever we can,” said Mark Alan, Inpro’s SVP of product management and development. “The risk of releasing an HPD with G2 BioBlend was revealing the ‘secret sauce.’ So, we waited until we had G2 under patent, which allowed us to go full disclosure with this first HPD for our biopolymer. It feels really good to be able to tell the whole HPD story on G2, which complies with the spirit and the letter of transparency.”
Alan went on to say the company is in the process of creating a complete G2 BioBlend HPD offering by summer of 2015. To view Inpro’s current EPD & HPD library, click here.
Since 1979, Inpro has been making and servicing products with an obsessive commitment to protecting the appearance of buildings and the health and safety of the people who use them. Based in Muskego, Wisconsin, Inpro is the nation’s premier manufacturer of door and wall protection, washroom systems, expansion joint systems, privacy systems and architectural signage.