Congratulations! When the certification process is complete, a BPI Project Manager will send the following items to the BPI Member for the certified or recertified items:
This document confirms the final formulation and specifications that are BPI certified, which might vary from the original application.
A copy of the License Agreement that has been signed by BPI’s Executive Director.
This is a good document to keep on file, as it references the terms of the agreement in place between BPI and the member company.
Links to download BPI Certification Mark artwork files.
This document is the best way to provide customers and other interested parties with evidence of BPI Certification.
BPI-certified products are listed in a searchable catalog on BPI’s homepage. This catalog allows the public to search for and verify BPI-certified products.
Product listings are populated with the information from the product worksheet and also appear on your BPI Certificate.
For information on sublicensing, please visit the Sublicense FAQ or contact the BPI Project Manager.
Ready to get started? Download this checklist of the certification process.