Green Certifications

Certifications, associations, logos, standards & creditations

 

When you are out shopping, keep an eye out for the following labels that indicate that a product is eco-friendly.

Products marked with the European Ecolabel have been independently assessed according to high environmental standards.

 


 
In the UK, the most energy efficient products will carry the Energy Saving Recommended label.

 

 

The Blue Angel is used on European digital products as a mark of efficiency and minimal waste and pollution.

 

The Group for Energy Efficient Appliances' (GEEA) logo certifies products on a European level.

 

The Energy Star means that an appliance uses an acceptable level of energy in stand-by mode.

 

The Nordic Swan logo is a general accreditation of eco-friendly products.
 



The Mobius Loop means that products with this label are recyclable.

 

The NAPM Recycled symbol on paper confirms that it contains a minimum of 75% genuine waste.
 


The PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) symbol certifies that the wood comes from sustainable forests.



The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) logo signifies that the wood comes from approved well-managed forests.

 


The Rainforest Alliance stamp indicates that the product is made with environmentally responsible methods.



VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) labels indicate the quantity of harmful compounds contained in paints.

 

 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

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