(ATLANTA, GA – January 27, 2021) – HYUNDAI L&C (Living & Culture) USA today announces today that all of its products within its HanStone Quartz and Hanex Solid Surfaces premium surfaces brands portfolio have Health Product Declarations (HPDs).
The Health Product Declaration (HPD) Open Standard provides a framework for product manufacturers and their ingredient suppliers to report and disclose accurate, reliable and consistent information about product contents and associated health information for products in the built environment. It is a consensus, stakeholder standard, governed by the HPD Collaborative, a non-profit member organization. The HPD Open Standard specification is harmonized with programs of International Living Future Institute, Cradle-to-Cradle Product Innovation Institute, Clean Production Action, BIFMA, LEED, WELL and a growing number of rating and certification standards in the building industry.
“These HPDs are a natural step in our company’s steadfast commitment to health and wellness and environmental sustainability. While our commitment is long-standing, there has never been a more important time than now to assure our customers, the design and construction community and those who live with and enjoy our products every day, that they are safe and contribute to living environments that are healthy and sustainable,” said David McWilliams, Director, Commercial Division, HYUNDAI L&C USA.
The HanStone Quartz and Hanex Solid Surfaces HPD documents can be found here:
ABOUT HYUNDAI L&C USA, LLC
Hyundai L&C (Living & Culture) USA, based in Atlanta, GA, sells and markets high-quality surfacing products under the HanStone Quartz and Hanex Solid Surfaces brand names. HanStone Quartz is the company’s flagship product that led to the opening of a state-of-the-art 200,000 square foot manufacturing facility in London, Ontario, Canada. Hyundai L&C USA is the North American subsidiary of Hyundai Department Store Group, a South Korea based corporation. To learn more, visit
About HPD Collaborative
HPDC is a not-for-profit, member association with over 300 organizational members, representing the full spectrum of the building industry: architects, designers, building owners, manufacturers, consultants, tool developers, and others who all share a common purpose to improve the transparency of information and the material health of the built environment. The HPD Open Standard has become widely adopted as the industry standard for reporting on building product contents and associated health information, since its launch in 2012, with over 7,000 HPD reports publicly available. HPDC members champion the continuous improvement of the building industry’s performance through transparency, openness and innovation in the practices of reporting, disclosure, specification and selection of building products. For more information, visit