Sustainable design includes resourcing, continued recycling and enhancing existing internal processes. Compliance with the latest environmental laws and regulations is a natural by-product of our long-term commitment to our customers. We actively seek to conserve, recycle, and act with respect toward our environment.
- 100% of steel, foam, wood, plastic, and corrugated packaging used is recyclable
- 90% of the fabrics we offer are environmentally-conscious products
- 70% of supplies come from within a 500 mile radius of NW Ohio and NE Indiana
- All furniture is designed to be easily renewed as part of our commitment to maximize the useful life of the product
Wieland enthusiastically supports the efforts of Healthier Hospitals by offering a full line of products that are free of potentially hazardous chemicals. Our goal is to make it easier for Hospitals to specify furniture meeting the Healthy Interiors goal of the Safer Chemicals Challenge.
Wieland is pleased to note that all of the seating products at wielandhealthcare.com are free of flame retardants, are GreenGuard certified, meet PFC (stain repellent) guidance, are PVC-free and comply with UL 2818, ANSI/BIFMAX7.1-2011 and ANSI/BIFMA e3-2014e Credit 7.6.1. Exceptions to the above are customer specified items such as Fabrics, Thermoform options, or requirements for CA TB133.
Download a product listing at below. For more information on Healthier Hospitals safer Chemical Challenge, please visit healthierhospitals.org
For information on list of furniture and materials which meet the interiors goals visit healthierhospitals.org/hhi-challenges/safer-chemicals/list-furniture-and-materials-meet-hh-healthy-interiors-goal
GREENGUARD Certification ensures that a product has met some of the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into indoor air.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is closely tied to health, it’s an important concern in homes, schools, healthcare environments and commercial spaces. VOC emissions from building materials and furnishings is a major source of indoor air pollution. GREENGUARD Certification provides the market with solutions and resources to identify products with low chemical emissions, and provides manufacturers with credible tools to legitimize and promote their sustainability efforts.
GREENGUARD Certification has been widely adopted as a trusted standard for low-emitting products. Our criteria have been the basis for the LEED credit for low emitting furniture since 2002. Learn more at GREENGUARD.COM.
69% of our products are greenguard certified just look for the greenguard logo:
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