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Sherwin-Williams Harmony® Interior Latex Coating Is Now GreenGuard Indoor Air Quality Certified® & GreenGuard for Children & Schools

Published on 2008-09-11. Author : SpecialChem

CLEVELAND -- The Sherwin-Williams Company is pleased to announce that its environmentally-responsible Harmony® Interior Latex coating is now GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® as well as certified for GREENGUARD for Children & Schools by the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI). Tested according to the rigid GREENGUARD Certification standards for low emitting products, Harmony® Interior Latex is found to have minimal impact on indoor air quality and the environment.

"Sherwin-Williams leads the industry in the development of environmentally-responsible products through our GreenSure® designation, which takes into consideration product performance and environmental factors," said Steve Revnew, director of marketing, product development for Sherwin-Williams. "However, it is important to us that we offer products to our customers that are third-party tested and certified through the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute. The Harmony® product meets or exceeds the most stringent green building specifications."

Sherwin-Williams voluntarily applied for GREENGUARD Certification & GREENGUARD for Children & Schools for its products. Testing will be administered on an ongoing quarterly and annual basis to ensure continued certification.

About Sherwin-Williams:

For over 140 years, Sherwin-Williams has satisfied the coating and color needs of builders, designers, specifiers, property managers and contractors. Sherwin-Williams provides fast, flexible, responsive local service and personalized, expert advice. More than 3,000 stores and 1,800 sales representatives make Sherwin-Williams North America's largest single-source supplier of high-quality paints, stains, masonry coatings and brand-name wall and floor coverings.

Source: Sherwin-Williams


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