The nutrition label for products
Where do building materials go at the end of their life?
Can they be recycled?
Do they contain chemicals harmful to humans and our environment?
To make an informed decision about which products your team purchases, you need transparency.
That's where Declare comes in.
Declare is the nutrition label for products. Declare provides transparency so you know which materials contain chemicals from the Red List - the worst class ingredients in the building industry.
pollute the environment
bio-accumulate up the food chain until they reach toxic concentrations
harm construction and factory workers
Declare is for:
Manufacturers looking for a competitive edge and a new point-of-entry into world leading regenerative projects.
Informed designers wanting to stay up-to-date on the latest supply chain platforms, including Red List toxic chemicals.
A Declare label answers three questions:
Where does a product come from?
What is it made of?
Where does it go at the end of its life?
The Declare International Database is
Transparent, Simple & Free
Declare your product:
Submit your application through our online platform. We'll review your application and work with you to create an accurate Declare label.
Support our healthy materials campaign!
Transparency makes sense. However many manufacturers and suppliers don't provide transparent ingredient information, because we just haven't asked for it! Declare provides a template and process for them to state product ingredients that are open to the public. We want to make transparency a normal part of the industry and supply chain.
As a specifier, designer, contractor or developer, we're asking you to add your name to our letter that will be sent to manufacturers and suppliers who make products suitable for your projects and who would benefit from the acknowledgement of the good work they're doing.
To add your name, simply fill in the form below.
Here's our first letter with signatures from our first Declare celebration in Sydney: