Trade Service, San Diego, a provider of standardized product and price information, announced that its electrical database, consisting of 2.7 million items across 631 manufacturers, is now compliant with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program.

Following a thorough review and mapping of its database, Trade Service reported that every item in its electrical database meeting the guidelines of this environmentally targeted program now carries the Energy Star label.

Adding the Energy Star label to the Trade Service database will help the industry save money, conserve energy and protect the environment. Trade Service subscribers will now be able to easily identify those compact fluorescent lamps, ceiling fans, decorative fixtures or other items that may be specified for projects calling for Energy Star--compliant material.

Thousands of items in the Trade Service database are tagged with the Energy Star label, and this designation will continue to be assigned, where appropriate, to new items as they are introduced to the database.