Monday, 03 April 2017 11:09

Solar Gard has become a member of the NZGBC

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The New Zealand distributor of Solar Gard windowfilm  is pleased to announce that Solar Gard is now a member of the New Zealand Green Building Council

Globally Solar Gard Window Film and its parent company Saint-Gobain manufacture products that are friendly to the environment and have a high level of sustainability.

In 2014, Solar Gard achieved an EPD (Environmental Product Declaration) certification from UL Environment, encompassing 41 architectural window film products. The EPD is based on a life cycle analysis of the cradle-to-grave impacts of Solar Gard’s products and fulfils the requirements of an ISO-compliant product category rule.

“The decision to become a member of the NZGBC builds on these global strategies and is a logical move in regard to the NZ market. It gives us the opportunity to put the various products and benefits in front of decision makers in a way that gives them confidence that Solar Gard window film can be a solution to a problem for them while also making them aware of the environmental benefits that the product brings” says Mr Ross Eathorne Director of Specialty Window Films, the New Zealand distributor of Solar Gard window films.

Further information can be obtained from the links below and by contacting Eathorne.

http://www.solargard.com/au/energy-efficiency-and-sustainability/

https://www.nzgbc.org.nz/

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