Excel Dryer Products Pass Independent Evaluations
Excel Dryer, Inc., announced that the Health Product Declarations (HPDs) of three of their hand dryer models, XLERATOR Hand Dryer, the XLERATOReco Hand Dryer and the ThinAir Hand Dryer, were thoroughly reviewed and verified by an independent agency.
Health Product Declarations are developed by the instructions set forth by the Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPDC). They are a tool that helps buyers and specifiers better understand the environmental and health impacts of a product’s materials, to make more informed product selections.
As common concern for sustainability and health continues to grow, manufacturers like Excel have committed themselves to transparency in their products and processes. In publishing their HPDs, Excel Dryer continues to set a trailblazing path for their industry.
“The publication of the Health Product Declarations demonstrates our ongoing commitment to manufacturing transparency,” says Excel Dryer vice president of sales and marketing, William Gagnon. “We at Excel Dryer continually challenge ourselves to lead the industry in environmental sustainability, reliability and product innovation.”
Excel claims to also be the first in the industry to have its products independently evaluated, and its environmental claims substantiated with the publication of the hand dryer industry’s first Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs). An Environmental Product Declaration is a standardized way of quantifying the environmental impact of a product by studying the raw materials and energy consumption during its production, use and disposal. EPDs are intended to help purchasers better understand a product’s sustainable qualities and environmental repercussions during their decision making processes.
“We work hard to source the best materials from quality vendors that are as local as possible, so we are happy to share what goes into our products,” says Excel Dryer President, Denis Gagnon. “Our primary goal has always been to influence the entire industry to pursue greater transparency in matters of sustainability and health.”
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