Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

The Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) provides information about a product's environmental impact throughout its entire life cycle

An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) provides comprehensive information about the environmental impact of a product throughout its entire life cycle, from the extraction of raw materials to the disposal or recycling of the product. The EPD provides information about a product's impact upon the environment, such as global warming potential, smog creation, ozone depletion and water pollution.

EPD information is used by professionals such as architects and planners to make informed decisions about the environmental impact of the products they use in their projects.

EPDs are based on the ISO 14025 standard, which ensures that the information provided in the EPD is reliable, transparent, and comparable. However, it's important to note that EPDs are not meant to be used as a direct comparison tool between different products, as the environmental impact of a product depends on its context of use and if the entire life cycle of the product has been taken into account.

EPDs are particularly important in the construction industry, where building projects can have a significant impact on the environment. By using products with lower environmental impact, professionals can help reduce the overall impact of their projects on the environment.

Read more about EPD: https://ibu-epd.com/en/what-is-an-epd/


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