Draper, Inc. – Our Green Initiative
In today’s environmentally conscious world Draper takes its responsibilities as a leader in Green awareness very seriously. This web site is dedicated to showing how our products support green building projects. We want to give you the information and resources you need to make informed decisions, whether you are a builder, a specifier or an end user.
Draper’s Audio Visual Products and the Environment
Draper has led the way in the AV industry toward production of environmentally-friendly and sustainable projection screen surfaces. We’re proud to continue this tradition with our new Ecomatt XT700E viewing surface, the world’s first Cradle to Cradle CertifiedCM – Silver Projection Screen Viewing Surface. Find out more about how combining daylighting techniques using solar control to strategically conserve energy and projection screens with GREENGUARD certified fabrics to improve air quality can contribute to the overall energy savings and indoor air quality in today’s buildings.
Draper’s Window Shade Products and the Environment
Leading the way in innovative fabrics that help manage energy costs
In today’s world of conservation and rising energy costs, it is important to keep a handle on your building’s energy consumption. One of the easiest ways to do this is with the use of the sun’s natural light. Natural sunlight provides a building with free light and keeps it warm at the same time. Draper continues to add innovative new materials to our line up to help manage energy costs. For the first time ever, KOOLBLACK® technology combines many features to enhance design and maximize energy savings. Sheerweave® made with Dow ECOLIBRIUM™ offer a renewable alternative that is phthalate-free.
Draper’s Gymnasium Products and the Environment
GREENGUARD Certified Gymnasium Equipment
Draper is the first manufacturer of gymnasium equipment to receive GREENGUARD Certification for gymnasium equipment. This certification means that our certified products meet the strictest off-gassing standards and contribute to a safer and healthier indoor environment for school age children.
Photo courtesy of St. Andrew’s School