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Spectrum Industries Achieves SCS Indoor Advantageâ„¢ and Indoor Advantage Goldâ„¢ Certifications for Desking, Laptop, and Presentation Products

January 11, 2011

Spectrum Products Now 3rd Party Certified for Indoor Air Quality. Spectrum Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of premium-quality instructional products, today announced that nearly all catalog products have achieved indoor air quality certification of from Scientific Certification Systems, the global leader in independent certification of environmental and sustainability claims.

Chippewa Falls, WI (PRWEB) January 10, 2011

Spectrum Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of premium-quality instructional products, today announced that nearly all catalog products have achieved indoor air quality certification of from Scientific Certification Systems, the global leader in independent certification of environmental and sustainability claims.

Products certified by SCS Indoor Advantage̢Ң are ensured full compliance to BIFMA (M7.1-2006 and X7.1-2006) and LEED (Commercial Interiors (v.2.0) EQ 4.5) requirements. Products certified under SCS Indoor Advantage Gold̢Ң comply with California Section 01350 requirements as well. Both certifications guarantee healthier contributions to indoor environments for employees, students, and patients in hospitals, schools and offices.

“Our product quality and customer service has been backed by our ISO 9001:2008 certification. Obtaining SCS Indoor Advantageâ“¢ certification means much more for Spectrum than just meeting LEED requirements. It ensures that Spectrum products contribute positively towards the air quality of our customers’ facilities, and that means the world to us.” ““ Scott Dorn, Spectrum Industries Executive Vice-President, Sales and Marketing.

“It’s great to see Spectrum’s commitment to healthy indoor environments for their customers. Indoor air quality is an extremely important issue since most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors ““ either at work, at home, or at school.” ““ Stowe Hartridge-Beam, SCS Indoor Air Quality Program Manager.

About Spectrum Industries, Inc.

Spectrum is a provider of innovative, quality instructional products and services that represent preferred solutions to customer needs. Founded in 1968 and headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Spectrum Industries, Inc. has gained a strong reputation for producing quality products in an environmentally responsible manner. Spectrum is recognized as an INC. 5000 honoree, is a member of the FDM 300, is certified for ISO 9001:2008 and SCS Indoor Air Quality, and has been presented the prestigious GSA Evergreen award. Spectrum Industries, Inc. strongly values its close and long-standing relationships with customers throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Europe. The innovative environment at Spectrum is driven by cooperative partnerships with our well-respected customers.

About Scientific Certification Systems

Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) is a global leader in independent certification and verification of environmental, sustainability, stewardship, food quality, food safety and food purity claims. For more than 25 years, SCS has developed internationally recognized standards and certification programs in pursuit of the highest level of environmental performance and social accountability. SCS assessments lead to the recognition of accomplishments in greenhouse gas inventories and offsets, agricultural production, food processing and handling, forestry, fisheries, flowers and plants, energy, green building, product manufacturing and corporate social responsibility. SCS conducts conformity assessments against globally recognized standards developed by highly credible entities.

Media Contact:

Mr. Greg Mazur

Spectrum Industries, Inc.

925 First Avenue, PO Box 400

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Phone: (800) 235-1262 x2170

Email: gmazur(at)spectrumfurniture(dot)com

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