Cradle-to-cradle certification | Article about Cradle-to-cradle certification by The Free Dictionary
Provides a company with a means to tangibly, credibly measure achievement in environmentally intelligent design and helps customers purchase and specify products that use environmentally safe and healthy materials; design for material reutilization that uses renewable energy and is energy efficient (e.g., recycling or composting); have efficient use of water; maximize water quality associated with production; and institute strategies for social responsibility.
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Our partnership with Low & Bonar meant that we were able to work quickly and efficiently from product development to production, safe in the knowledge that Colback Gold would meet Cradle-to-Cradle certification
We are having more conversations around LEED and Cradle-to-Cradle certification
As an additional benefit, the presswood pallets are recyclable and earned a silver cradle-to-cradle certification
from MBDC, an organization that assesses the sustainability of a product and the practices employed in making it.