Video: What You Need to Know About HPDs

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“Just tell me everything that is in your product and the associated hazards with it,” said Jennifer Atlee, Technical Liaison, Health Product Declaration Collaborative at the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, describing what designers want from building manufacturers.

Atlee was part of the GAF Spotlight Series and spoke on “Transparency: Q&A on HPD 2.0.”  She explained what Health Product Declaration (HPD) is, where it came from and why it was necessary to start declaring product content in materials.  She also answered many questions from the audience attending GAF’s Greenbuild session. To learn more, check out her full video above.

The entire GAF speaker series is available for viewing on YouTube.

“It was a really an honor to have speakers of such caliber joining us at Greenbuild®. I think it’s a testament to all we’ve done to support the transparency movement and the development of LEED® version 4,” said Marty Grohman, Director of Sustainability at GAF. “It was a great show.”

The GAF Spotlight Series also included the following speakers:

Kurt Shickman, Executive Director, Global Cool Cities Alliance, “Cooling the World’s Cities with Reflective Urban Surfaces.”

Alex Wilson, President of Resilient Design Institute, “Survive and The Thrive- The Need for Resilience.”

Valerie Walsh, Principal, Walsh Sustainability Group, “Roofing as Hero: Roofing Credits in LEED v2009 and LEED v4 Demystified.”

Jamie Meil, Managing Director, Athena Sustainable Materials Institute, “Whole Building LCA Credits in LEED v4 – Easier Than You Think.”

GAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer, exhibited at the 2014 Greenbuild® International Conference and Expo in New Orleans, LA, from October 22-24. Greenbuild® is the premier event for sustainable building and a showcase for GAF’s commitment to manufacturing sustainable products and implementing earth-friendly processes.

Learn more about GAF’s green roofing initiatives.

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