For an eco label to be internationally certified, it must comply with the International Standards Organization (ISO) standards. The ECO LABEL specifications are also designed accordingly. ISO standards contain technical requirements that help remove trade barriers by simplifying product exchange.
Manufacturer companies that define the certification criteria can apply for certification. During the application, the company must provide evidence that includes compliance with the certification criteria. Evaluations by the accredited organization generally include on-site inspections, sampling and laboratory tests.
After meeting the regulatory criteria, manufacturers are allowed to use labels for their products or services for a certain period of time. After the deadline, a new application must be made and the company must pass the necessary audits.
Societies, especially in developed countries, are increasingly concerned about the environmental impact of their production systems. Therefore, intense efforts are made to change the behavior of both producer companies and consumers. Eco tagging is one of these efforts.
The ECO LABEL certification program is an approach that aims to inform consumers about the environmental impacts of consumption patterns on the one hand, and to encourage manufacturers to improve the environmental sustainability of their products and services on the other.
In general, eco labeling programs offer three main types of eco labels:
The main products, whose criteria are determined by our organization and whose certification and labeling studies are carried out, are listed as follows, but not limited to them:
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.