WASHINGTON — The Spray Foam Coalition (SFC) of the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) recently adopted a new SFC Code of Conduct to further demonstrate the member companies’ commitment to the continuous improvement in health, safety and product stewardship of spray polyurethane foam (SPF) products. This is the first commitment of its kind in the SPF industry.

The SFC Code of Conduct includes commitments to leadership, communication, applicator training, education and research. The Code can be viewed here.

“This effort on behalf of the SFC members demonstrates an important and continuous commitment to product stewardship that benefits the entire SPF value chain and consumers,” said Lee Salamone, senior director of the Center for Polyurethanes Industry. “Spray polyurethane foam is a high-performing, energy-efficient product, and our members are committed to providing the value chain and consumers with access to clear, concise information about the safety and benefits of this valuable and effective product.” 

Peter Davis, chair of the Spray Foam Coalition, added, “It is a huge tribute to the members of the SFC that we collectively and voluntarily developed and approved this Code of Conduct. The spray polyurethane foam industry has taken a tremendous step forward as product stewards.”

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