A Health Product Declaration (HPD) is a public report of the chemical substances and other contents that are in your product as delivered to a jobsite, along with associated health information of those contents. HPDs are voluntary, and are self-reported by the manufacturer of the product. They may be third-party verified.
Health Product Declarations (HPDs) report the ingredients present in a finished product and provide a full disclosure of the hazards associated to these ingredients and their GreenScreen score, as well as other health information considered relevant by users of HPDs.
Associated hazards and GreenScreen scores data is obtained by screening all product contents against the HPDC Priority Hazards Lists and GreenScreen For Safer Chemicals method.
HPDs are mainly used by the architecture, design, and construction community to specify products in projects with sustainability and/or health-related goals. HPDs are incentivized by a number of rating systems, including LEED rating system and The WELL Standard.