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Green Seal has released a report that highlights how the non-profit has led 30 years of market transformation toward a more sustainable marketplace.

Green Seal’s launch in 1989 brought with it the creation of a new, market-based tool for spurring healthier, more sustainable products – the ecolabel. Today, the global non-profit boasts more than 30,000 certified products and services, a history of catalyzing the low-volatile organic compounds  and recycled-content movements, and broad recognition for setting some of the highest benchmarks for health and environmental leadership.

The Green Seal Impact Report features stories about the companies that have partnered with Green Seal to lead the transformation to safer and more sustainable products and spaces. These companies and organizations include Whole Foods, Georgia-Pacific, Diversey, North Carolina State University, Ultra Chem Labs, Americo, PortionPac Chemical Corporation and more.

For more on the report, click here.