Sustainability an integral part of ASSA ABLOY
Sustainability is a natural translation of ASSA ABLOY's cornerstones: vision, realism, courage and ethics. These cornerstones have been central to the Group's development since its creation in 1994. The environment, business ethics and social responsibility are critical issues to address in a society which we are an integrated part of. Our unconditional aim is to make sustainability a central part of our business philosophy and culture, but even more importantly is the job of integrating sustainability into our business strategy.
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Environmental Product Declaration
An EPD is a verified document that reports environmental data of products based on life cycle assessment (LCA) and other relevant information and in accordance with the international standard ISO 14025 (Type III Environmental Declarations). An important aspect of EPD® is to provide the basis of a fair comparison of products and services by its environmental performance. EPDs can reflect the continuous environmental improvement of products and services over time and are able to communicate and add up relevant environmental information along a product's supply chain.
- 10 Line Cylindrical Lock
- 7900 Series Mortise Lock
- 8200 Series Mortise Lock
- 8200 Series Electrified Mortise Lock
- 80 Series Exit Device
- IN120 WiFi Mortise Lock
Conflict Minerals Policy
While ASSA ABLOY Americas is not a US publicly traded company subject to SEC reporting, ASSA ABLOY Americas fully supports avoiding the use of conflict minerals and will act responsibly to ensure that our products meet the needs of our customers and to support the aim of this legislation. Read more...
Product End-of-Life Management Program
SARGENT has implemented a recycling program for products that have reached the end of their useful life. Read more...
Featured Project - David L. Lawrence Convention Center
The world's first green convention center was awarded a Gold LEED certification for its excellence in building environmental performance. The David L. Lawrence Convention Center incorporates many green technologies, including the use of natural ventilation, daylight sensors and carbon monoxide sensors, a water reclamation system that reduces potable water use by 60 percent along with roof skylights and walls of glass that produce diffused lighting and uniform temperature.
The shape of the building captures natural airflow from the Allegheny River to help ventilate and cool the building. All of the green features incorporated into the 1.5 million square-foot building help reduce energy usage by 35 percent. Read more...