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The AbilityOne Program is a Federal initiative that helps people who are blind or have other significant disabilities achieve their maximum employment potential. For an item to qualify as part of the AbilityOne Program, blind or severely disabled people must perform 75% or more of the direct labor hours in the manufacture of the product.

  • The Federal government and USPS are required to purchase AbilityOne products instead of similar items that are available in the common marketplace.
  • In support of AbilityOne, Grainger offers more than 380 of the most commonly ordered AbilityOne products, including an assortment of SKILCRAFT® items.

Grainger is a proud supplier of AbilityOne products. In fact, the National Industries for the Blind awarded Grainger the 2010 Partner in Excellence Award as the top AbilityOne supplier.

he AbilityOne Program offers many cleaning and maintenance products that meet Executive Order 13423, which sets goals for energy efficiency, renewable energy, toxic reductions and recycling. We carry products with low VOC spray adhesive and VOC-compliant aerosol paints, Green Seal Certified® twist ‘n fill cleaners, environmentally safe detergents and recycled content products.
You will find a large offering of AbilityOne products on Use “AbilityOne”, “Ability One” or “JWOD” in your product searches to see all the available products.

GreenSeal – Nonprofit organization,was founded in 1989 to safeguard the health of people and the planet. Green Seal provides science based environmental certification standards that are credible, transparent, and essential to helping manufacturers, purchasers, and consumers make responsible choices that positively impact business behavior and improve quality of life.
Thousands of products and services in over 75 categories have been certified to meet Green Sealstandards. Green Seal provides public education and guidance for creating a more sustainable world.



Posted on: August 25, 2015, by : FAS SWFL