Ecophon has made full transparency a cornerstone of our sustainability activities. We consistently provide credible and verifiable assessments and fair and accurate reporting. And to leading by example to improve sustainability standards and expectations for our industry.

Download centre

Ecophon customers rightfully expect the highest standards for safety and quality from us. Sustainability should be no different. That’s why we pursue full third-party verifiability and certification of all our products and processes. We make data easily accessible for our clients. At our Download centre you can find:

  • EPDs covering 85% of our sales
  • Easily accessible Green Building Scorecards for LEED, BREEAM, WELL and DGNB
  • Full 3rd party certified Material Health certificates (Cradle-to-Cradle)
  • 3rd party verified minimisation of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) releases

Full EPD traceability for most products

For maximum accuracy, credibility and reliability, we produce environmental product declarations (EPDs) for individual products rather than product families. We also make them easily available – access our full EPD list.

What your EPD should tell you

A full EPD for each product gives you a more accurate and traceable report for calculating and proving environmental impacts.

Interested to learn more about what to expect of a good EPD? Click to read our article with 5 recommendations that will help you asses the quality of the EPD.

Download a Green Building scorecard

Make sure your acoustic solution meets Green Building requirements. Download a scorecard here.






Towards net-zero acoustics together

Want to get more in-depth knowledge about EPDs and Green Buildings? Read our articles below.


Woman sticking head out of car

What to expect of a proper EPD

All suppliers produce Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs). But they aren’t all equal. Many are produced for product families, instead of individual products. Here are a few of our recommendations for what to expect of a good EPD.

Comparing Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)

EPDs provide a wealth of information on a product's environmental impact, including greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption, water use, and waste generation. This information can be used to compare the environmental performance of different products and to identify areas for improvement in product design and manufacturing processes.

There's more to sound absorption than just the acoustics

Deciding which sound absorbing product to choose for a building used to be a fairly simple business. Assessing trade-offs between acoustic performance, design and budget were the primary considerations. But now we know that every product in a building has an additional cost for the indoor and outdoor environment. It has become imperative that we look beyond the acoustics and take environmental impacts into account as well.

The WELL Building Standard: certification that keeps sound in mind

People spend more time indoors than ever before, impacting on our physical and mental health due to noise, a lack of natural light, poor air quality and limited exercise. The WELL Building Standard, which aims to improve health and wellbeing in occupants, is evidence that buildings of the future will be designed increasingly for the people that occupy them.



Return to Sustainability home page