BPI Announces Manufacturer Product Listing Program for the Home Performance Industry

That's why BPI has launched the Manufacturer Product Listing Program for the Home Performance Industry, a system that will evaluate and list the home performance tools, products and materials that meet product specification industry standards.

Learn more about the program by clicking here.

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with a 5k per year to list up to 4 items and an additional 1k per additional money this seems to be simply advertising. It will be interesting to see what companies find value in this system.

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