The goal of an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is to provide verifiable information about the environmental impact of a product. According to the ISO 14025, an EPD is a standardized label designed to exhibit scientifically robust and transparent information about the environmental impacts of a product throughout its life cycle.
The HPD Open Standard is a non-binding technical definition for reporting product contents and associated health data. Manufacturers, architects, designers, specifiers, contractors, and scientists collaborated to create the HPD Open Standard. Manufacturers can use HPDs to release information in a variety of ways, from meeting basic criteria to full openness and transparency.
The GHG mitigation strategies are
developed once a life cycle assessment (LCA) of your product is carried out. This data will then be used
to recognize the key hot-spots (such
as transportation, operational
energy use, construction activities,
etc.) in the value chain and a mitigation plan will be developed.
P3 Optima Ltd. administers product category rules (PCRs) and environmental product declarations (EPDs) as a program operator in accordance with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 14025 and ISO 21930. The General Program Instructions shall serve as the guidance for the administration and operation of the EPD program operator program by P3 Optima Ltd.