People in developed countries have become increasingly conscientious about a cleaner and healthier environment. Everyone is demanding better air and water quality, more appropriate waste management and more accurate use of natural resources. Although progress has been made in certain areas, these demands are under extreme pressure. Many daily consumed products contribute greatly to these environmental pressures and affect human health in many ways. There are at least about a hundred thousand chemicals or compounds used in production activities, and many of them still have no legal regulations. These chemicals continue to have toxic, allergenic, and bioaccumulative effects on people's health at various stages of their life cycle.


The ECO LABEL program has emerged with the aim of defining truly ecologically sound products. The ECO LABEL accreditation system is a program that consumers will trust and manufacturers will market these products with eco labels under the ECO LABEL logo.

People are now much more aware of their health and environmental impacts, and are turning to products that perform at high standards. Despite this, most of the people are not conscious enough about the effects of their daily consumption preferences on the environment and do not act responsibly.

Manufacturer and retail companies generally use any ecological aspect of a product as a marketing tool. However, it ignores the unsustainable aspects of these products. It tries to easily present a product as green and environmentally friendly without adequate validation. This situation naturally confuses the consumers. However, many of these products contain materials, including packaging, that easily contribute to water pollution, soil pollution and atmospheric emissions, and lead to the accumulation of toxic chemicals in people's bodies and the environment.

For these reasons, the ECO LABEL label means a lot, and in fact, products all over the world must comply with ECO LABEL standards. However, the ECO LABEL program is a voluntary system. Therefore, in order to encourage the participation of manufacturing companies, these companies should be more aware of the financial and ecological benefits of upgrading their products to ECO LABEL standards. required. Likewise, consumers need to be more aware of both their own health and the environmental benefits of purchasing such products.

Products with the ECO LABEL label are in demand all over the world. Because ECO LABEL focuses not only on reducing hazardous chemicals or compounds, but also at the wider environmental impact of products. For example, using renewable, recycled and sustainably managed material resources, or reducing energy and greenhouse gas emissions in production, or improving environmental performance over the useful life of the product.

In this period when the ecological balance is almost irreparably deteriorating, our organization acts with a sense of responsibility and tries to support manufacturers in various sectors to prove their ecological efforts.