POLFLAM Receives EPD Certification for Monolithic Fire-Resistant Glass Range

Date: 18 March 2024
POLFLAM Receives Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for Monolithic Fire-Resistant Glass Range
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Date: 18 March 2024

POLFLAM is thrilled to announce the receipt of an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for its monolithic fire-resistant glass product range in fire resistance ratings EI and EW.

The EPD is a prestigious certification recognized worldwide, offering valuable insights into the environmental impact of POLFLAM's products throughout their lifecycle.

Notably, POLFLAM has achieved the lowest environmental footprint for fire-resistant glass from EI 60 and above, showcasing its commitment to sustainability. Furthermore, the company's fire-resistant glass EI 30 has been acknowledged as one of the top performers in the market.

But the journey towards sustainability doesn't end here. POLFLAM is currently in progress, preparing EPDs for Insulated Glass Units (IGU) and POLFLAM GAIA low-carbon fire-resistant glass, demonstrating its dedication to continuous improvement and innovation in eco-friendly solutions.

By obtaining this certification, POLFLAM aims to advance sustainable construction practices and empower customers to make informed, eco-conscious decisions. The EPD not only supports their journey toward green building certifications but also contributes to a greener future for all.

"We are excited to receive the EPD for our monolithic fire-resistant glass range," said [Name], [Position] at POLFLAM. "This certification underscores our commitment to sustainability and empowers our customers to build with confidence, knowing they are making environmentally responsible choices."

Join POLFLAM in embracing sustainability and exploring the details of their EPD. Together, let's create a positive impact and pave the way for a more sustainable future.

For more information, visit polflam.pl

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