Finding Energy Efficient Products Made in the U.S. Is Easy with the Building Clean Website
|Author: Linda Nielsen, BlueGreed Alliance|
Date: Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
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Manufacturing the next generation of energy-efficient home building products in America is a great way to grow jobs and strengthen the U.S. economy. Building Cleanmakes it simple for people to support U.S. manufacturers while they invest in efficient technologies for their homes.
The Building Clean database lists more than 3000 U.S. facilities manufacturing energy efficient products in the key energy and water efficient product sectors of:
- Windows, Doors and Skylights (coming soon)
+ Plus an added section on certified water filtration systems.
You can search by product type, market sector, locality (both state and zip code), manufacturing tier, and the product’s material composition. Included is information on chemical hazards associated with certain products and those that are certified by third parties as healthier options.
Building Clean can help anyone from homeowners to contractors identify U.S. made energy and water saving products for their new construction or home improvement projects. The site also serves as a resource for businesses looking to identify supply chain, manufacturing and market opportunities and patterns in energy efficient product sectors.
How can a manufacturer use this database?
- Explore healthier product verifications and transparency labels
- Get Listed – Make sure your company is listed in the Building Cleandatabase to get market exposure and awareness (Simply fill out the “Contact Us” found at the bottom of the screen
- Supply Chain – Use the Building Cleandatabase as a way to look for local and U.S. suppliers
- Strategic Resource for Company Planning – Use the Building Cleandatabase as a part of your company’s strategic thinking to gather intelligence, identify market opportunities, and plan on how to compete.
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