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HID launches sustainable Seos access security cards

HID launches sustainable Seos access security cards

AUSTIN, Texas – Identity solutions company HID has introduced its new Seos credentials made from sustainable materials.

Part of HID’s Seos Security solution, the cards are made with bamboo instead of PVC and are their first in a range physical access security Eco Cards. The bamboo is certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), assuring that the material comes from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social, and economic benefits HID said.

“Our journey to offer alternative options to plastic cards and badges began 10 years ago with the introduction of HID Mobile Access®—a first in the industry,” explains Martin Huddart, Senior VP and Managing Director of Physical Access Control at HID. “Seos Bamboo offers an additional option for sustainability within the physical access ecosystem, as it supports a more eco-friendly value chain in areas where physical access cards are still required.”

Seos Bamboo cards support other organizations looking for green building certifications, like the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM®), and the Zero Waste to Landfill certification.

More information is available on their website online.


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