+Vantage Vinyl

+Vantage Vinyl

+Vantage Vinyl is a voluntary, independent, third-party sustainability verification program. The aim of +Vantage Vinyl is to encourage performance improvements by companies throughout the vinyl supply chain. Companies verifying to +Vantage Vinyl report on progress to Guiding Principles across five pillars of sustainable performance – environmental stewardship, social diligence, economic soundness, collaboration, and open communications. Verification is performed by GreenCircle Certified, LLC, an independent third-party auditor that, since 2009, has issued over 2,000 certifications for sustainability. Achieving +Vantage Vinyl verification provides customers with assurances that a company is meeting the requirements of the program.

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