Ecolabeling
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Ecolabeling

Ecolabeling consists of various global voluntary schemes that certify products to meet stricter environmental aspects than are usually required in national legislation.

Ecolabeling

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Topic Overview

Ecolabels ensure consumers can make informed purchasing choices allowing them to opt for products which are proven to be environmentally preferable overall to other products in the same category. They can also be used by governments as a tool for selecting products for green procurement projects, government agencies and publicly-owned enterprises.

Some ecolabeling schemes included in this topic include, among others: 

  • USA Energy Star
  • EU Ecolabel
  • German Blue Angel
  • Taiwan Green Mark
  • Nordic Swan
  • TCO Certified

The requirements for these voluntary programs are constantly evolving and updated to changes in scientific and technical developments.

Coverage Included

Our regulatory content in C2P is historically comprehensive with a robust QA process to ensure quality, consistency and accuracy. Below is a high level summary of our coverage for this topic:
  • Nordic Region: Ecolabelling for Cleaning of Liquid Damaged Electronic Equipment, Standard Version 1.0, February 2020
  • China: Use of Environmental Labelling Logo, Notice No. 48, 2008
  • EU: Ecolabel Regulation (EC) No 66/2010
  • RAL: Basic Criteria for Blue Angel Eco-Label for Server and Data Storage Products, Standard, DE-UZ 213, 2020
  • Philippines Ecolabelling Criteria for Polyethylene and Polypropylene Packaging Standard NELP GCP 2003004
  • JEMAI: Notebook Computers Product Category Rule (PCR) for EcoLeaf Environmental Label, (PCR), Standard PSC-ID: AS, March 2003
  • EU: Establishing EU Ecolabel Criteria for Wood-, Cork- and Bamboo-Based Floor Coverings, Decision (EU) 2017/176
  • USA: Energy Star Program Requirements for Luminaires, Specification, Version 2.2, July 2019
  • United Arab Emirates: Modalities and Procedure for the Use of the Environmental Label, Decision No. 18, June 2019

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