Here are 3 good reasons why your decision to make Joyce Foam Products your foam supplier of choice is big a winner for the environment as well as a good business decision for your company:
1. Higher consumer confidence in your products
GECA certification gives consumers confidence that products with the GECA stamp of approval comply with the rigorous standards under ISO 14024 principles for global best practice in eco-labelling.
Good Environment Choice Australia (GECA) is an independent, non-profit organisation which exists to help consumers make better environmental choices. GECA certifies companies and products that undertake sustainable practices.
2. An increasing consumer demand for environmentally manufactured goods and services gives you the edge
More and more consumers demand that the companies they do business with are socially and environmentally responsible. As a supplier of Joyce’s GECA certified products you will be seen as an industry leader in sustainability. This will give you a competitive edge over product suppliers who have failed to pursue these higher standards.
3. Consumers demand a healthier product
Day by day consumer concern with manufacturing processes that produce dangerous chemicals is increasing. Joyce’s Variable Pressure Foaming (VPF) technology not only produces foam with high levels of comfort and resilience, it exceeds EPA requirements for emission controls, producing no CFC’s or Auxiliary Blowing Agents and virtually no VOC’s therefore outperforming all other Australian-made conventional foams. Including foam produced with VPF technology in your products means they can be promoted to consumers as a healthier choice. (Don’t miss our video which gives you the full VPF story http://www.joyce.com.au/page/video.html)
Trusting your foam supply to Joyce Foam Products is not only better for the environment, it’s better for business.
To speak to your Joyce Foam Products sales representative about our GECA certified products please call 1800 021 304 or email us on [email protected]
EPA – Environmental Planning Authority
CFCs – Chlorohydrocarbons
VOCs – Volatile Organic Compounds