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Simplify Green Building Product Selection with the HPD Public Repository

Access reliable, published Health Product Declarations (HPDs) all in one place.

  • Search by Manufacturer, Product Name, CSI MasterFormat® Classification, or HPD version
  • Over 12,500 published HPDs with 250 new ones added every month
  • Thousands of downloads each month

Benefits of Using the HPD Public Repository

Trusted Material Selection

Maintained by the Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPDC), the repository is the authoritative source for published HPDs.

Comprehensive Library

With over 12,500 HPDs from more than 1,000 manufacturers across a wide range of product categories, you’ll find the information you need in one centralized location.

Time-Saving Resource

Save valuable time and effort in your product specification workflow by leveraging the HPD Public Repository’s extensive library of HPDs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is an account required to use the repository?
No, an account is not necessary. The repository is accessible to everyone at no cost.
How often are new HPDs added to the repository?

New HPDs are added to the repository regularly, with an average of 250 new HPDs published every month.

What file format are the HPDs in?
All HPDs in the repository are in PDF format for easy viewing and downloading.

Get the Most Out of HPDs with the Project Team Guide

Once we can know what is in the products we build with, we begin to have the opportunity to select those that will result in healthier buildings. This Guide explains how to take these steps today.

Robin Guenther

Principal, Perkins+Will

Simplify your HPD usage and enhance your material health evaluation process with this practical guide.

Are you an architect, designer, contractor, or other project team member involved in building material evaluation? Download the HPD Project Team Guide to access essential “how-to” information for using HPDs effectively.

Key benefits of the Project Team Guide


  • Step-by-step instructions for integrating reporting, disclosure, and transparency practices into your project plan
  • Best practices to accelerate your learning curve and increase confidence in material health activities
  • Detailed explanations of HPD terms and concepts, tailored for non-experts
  • Guidance on preparing documentation for green building certifications, including LEED and WELL