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BP Glass Garage Doors and Entry Systems, Inc. Leads Industry in Green-Friendly Manufacturing

BP Glass Garage Doors and Entry Systems, Inc. green-friendly manufacturing process minimizes pollution and energy consumption, while maintaining the exceptional quality and design architects, builders and homeowners have come to expect from the company. The company's products now comply with US Department of Energy, International Code Council, and California Energy Commissions (Title 24 subsection 116) requirement for commercial and residential fenestration and exterior doors.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) January 19, 2012

BP Glass Garage Doors & Entry System, Inc, one of the leading innovators in glass garage door technology and design, is announcing that its products comply with US Department of Energy, International Code Council, and California Energy Commissions (Title 24 subsection 116) requirement for commercial and residential fenestration and exterior doors. BP's green-friendly manufacturing process minimizes pollution and energy consumption, while maintaining the exceptional quality and design architects, builders and homeowners have come to expect from the company.

"The plant utilizes approximately 25-40% by weight of post-industrial (pre-consumer) and 60-75% by weight of post-consumer recycled materials within our products and manufacturing process," says Rob Reyes, President, BP Glass Garage Doors & Entry Systems, Inc. "Our doors are made of 95% recycled aluminum, glass and steel. In addition, materials used in production are acquired regionally within 500 miles of the manufacturing facility."

By reaching these high standards of green manufacturing, architects and builders alike are likely to achieve third-party credits toward certifications such as LEED**, by providing environmentally preferred products to their clients.

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January 20th, 2012
Source: http://www.sfgate.com


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