Steelcraft is committed to protecting people where they live and work, while also protecting the environment. Conducting business in a safe and environmentally responsible manner is just one way Allegion brings to life the core value of "Be Safe, Be Healthy".

Steelcraft and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

Commercial buildings in the U.S. account for one-third of our total energy, two-thirds of our electricity and one-eighth of our water. In an effort to focus on these environmental issues - architects, engineers, contractors, developers and construction experts are taking a leadership role in the emerging discipline of sustainable design.

Sustainable building design encompasses the design, construction, operation, renovation, and eventual replacement of a building. The benchmark for sustainable design in the United States is the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). In the system, buildings become LEED certified by earning credits from the following categories: sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality.

Allegion recognizes the value of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system to building environmentally safe and sustainable structures.

Steelcraft recycled content

Steelcraft aims to provide the information customers need to make decisions regarding their own sustainable building concepts and green solutions.

Allegion Recycled Content Brochure

Steelcraft EPDs

Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), are independently verified documents that communicate transparent information about the environmental impact of products throughout their life cycle. 

For the most updated documentation, see the EPD page on 

Steelcraft HPDs & CALGreen Building Code

Health Product Declarations (HPDs) disclose the potential chemicals of concern in products. They contain product content and associated health information of building products and materials. Think of them as an ingredient label for construction products.

Clean Air Gold Certification supports CALGreen, the nation's first state-mandated green building code based on criteria set by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).

For the most updated HPD and CALGreen Building Code documentation, see the HPD page on

Steelcraft Declare Labels 

To support the Living Building Challenge, Allegion provides Declare labels for products. 

For the most updated information and documentation related to Declare Labels, see The Living Building Challenge page on

More from Allegion 

Find industry affiliations, resources and more in the Sustainability section of 

General Sustainability Information