With greater attention on the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events globally, Green Link has changed the tagline of its tried-and-tested logo from “Eco-Engineering” to “Engineering Sustainability” to better reflect the company’s dedication to being environmentally responsible while simultaneously providing durable engineered products in rooftop and ground-mounted supports.
“While Green Link aspires to responsibly gain operational carbon-neutrality, our nylon, polyurethane, and aluminum-based products are not yet there – a reality our name needs to reflect,” the company stated in the news release. “Our logo, however, also stands for the fact that we are ahead of our competition in making products which are highly unlikely to reach a landfill due to extreme durability, plus ability to be recycled and reused.”
Green Link Adhesive & Sealant has always been a moisture-cured, solvent-free solution in both durability and elasticity, solving architectural challenges in the harshest of environments.
“Our products’ lifecycle is engineered with longevity and sustainability in mind as the industry tackles manufacturing methods which are still heavy greenhouse gas emitters. We will continue to strive for low-/no-carbon solutions,” says Green Link VP, Lisa Murder.
Green Link develops and produces advanced architectural products for the construction, HVAC/R, plumbing, and electrical industries. All of its products are also made in the U.S.
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