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Spectrum Industries Achieves Indoor Air Quality Certification

Spectrum is very proud today to announce that we have achieved the prestigious Indoor Advantage certification from SCS!!!Where our manufacturing facilities are located, in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, people have a close attachment to nature and all the wonders it has to offer. Therefore it comes naturally to us to protect our environment by using clean materials, recycling at every opportunity, and being as energy-efficient as possible. Very few manufacturers can say they have won the highly regarded GSA Evergreen award, yet more and more manufacturers claim to be “green” companies.

So we felt that an independent 3rd party certification would be important. Not that it would be a big reach beyond what we already do for our surroundings, but it would give our actions and our words that much more credibility. Now, instead of just being known as a great steward to the environment, Spectrum Industries has proven that we care about the safety and health of our customers as well. Having our products certified for indoor air quality goes beyond our second-to-none customer service. Indoor Advantage certification says that we care about the people, and most importantly the children, that use our products every day.

When you open our 2011 catalog, we state on the very first page, “Spectrum Industries holds in highest regard our commitment to nature, to community, and to our customers.” With Indoor Advantage certification, that phrase is more than just nicely scripted words. That phrase proves true to what Spectrum is all about.
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