Middle Atlantic Products today announced manufacturing improvements to their newly released, height-adjustable, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant, eco-designed lectern, the L7 series. These improvements include reductions in materials use, which saves energy in the manufacturing process as a result of eco-design commitments. Eco-designed products are assessed during the concept phase to identify opportunities to lower the environmental footprint of the product throughout its lifecycle.
According to Middle Atlantic, this is part of Legrand’s ongoing global commitment to embed transparency and sustainability into the design and manufacture of its products in the building controls, lighting, electrical and digital infrastructure, AV and data center sectors, which are necessary for creating high-performance buildings. Legrand has published over 100 environmental product declarations in the form of product environmental profiles and eight health product declarations and has also signed on to participate in the International Living Future Institute’s (ILFI’s) Living Product 50, deepening its public commitment to product transparency.
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