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HPD: The building industry’s leading open standard
The HPD Open Standard is a standard specification – composed of a format and instructions – for the accurate, reliable and consistent reporting of product contents and associated health information, for products used in the built environment. The HPD Open Standard specification is harmonized with programs of International Living Future Institute, Cradle-to-Cradle Product Innovation Institute, Clean Production Action, BIFMA, LEED, WELL and a growing number of rating and certification standards in the building industry.
Health Product Declaration® (HPD) Collaborative is a not-for-profit, member association with over 200 organizational members, representing the full spectrum of the building industry: architects, designers, building owners, manufacturers, consultants, tool developers, standards programs and others who all share a common purpose to improve the transparency of information and the material health of the built environment. Using a consensus-based, stakeholder process, HPDC members create, support and evolve the HPD Open Standard. We are dedicated to continuously improving the building industry’s performance through transparency, openness and innovation in the practices of reporting, disclosure, specification and selection of building products.
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What’s Happening at HPDC?
Transparency Practice is Off to a Running Start in 2019! 2019 has jumped out of the gate with a surge of activity that signals this year will be a real breakthrough in advancing building product disclosure and optimization. Your efforts are making the...read more
By Tristan Roberts, HPDC, Director of Technical and Education Programs The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has released LEED v4.1 for Building Design + Construction (BD+C) projects, and the new version promises to support further advances in adoption...read more
By Tristan Roberts, HPDC, Director of Technical and Education Programs The following was originally published as a comment in response to the January 2019 BuildingGreen article, LEED and WELL Product Labels: A Guide and Analysis. That article, written by...read more