“Through this partnership, HPN Select and its members will have access to important information about the sourcing of their building products. Using locally manufactured products not only supports local economies and grows jobs, but decreases the environmental impact of these projects,” said Lauren Asplen, Director of Healthy Sustainability Programs at the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation. “We are thrilled to be partnering with some of the best nonprofit developers in the nation.”
BuildingClean.org is an initiative of the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation and is dedicated to linking the energy, housing, job, and health sectors together in order to tap the benefits of energy efficiency for millions of low-income families. Building Clean has a database of U.S.-made, healthier energy efficient products designed to help architects and designers, consumers, contractors and developers, and manufacturers find products to help them capture the benefits of energy efficiency retrofits—including lower utility bills, improved tenant health, and increased economic development.
The mission of HPN Select is to provide high quality procurement solutions for the affordable housing sector. A Housing Partnership Network social enterprise, HPN Select focuses on delivering value-for-money contracts that achieve the right balance between price, quality, and service for its customers in order to give members greater financial capacity to fulfill their own mission related goals.
In addition to announcing the partnership, Building Clean and HPN Select announced that Select’s Vice President of Sustainability, Richard Kingston, would be presenting at the Building Clean 2019 Summit on November. 14, 2019 in Chicago. Registration for the summit is open and may be completed here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/building-clean-2019-tickets-70186470623