Eco-Label


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Eco-Label

A label attached to a consumer good indicating that it is energy efficient, was produced sustainably, or is otherwise environmentally friendly. Different jurisdictions have different rules governing what products may qualify for eco-labels. Some countries and industries have voluntary schemes with standards set by professional bodies, while others use mandatory, government-issued labels.
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The "Blue Flag" is a voluntary eco-label awarded to more than 4000 beaches and marinas in 49 countries across Europe, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, New Zealand, Brazil, Canada and the Caribbean.
The EU eco-label currently covers many products and services.
The Green Key is an eco-label for tourist enterprises aimed at promoting sustainable tourism and to contribute to the prevention of climate change.
27) Earth Island also created and monitored the use of its own dolphin-safe eco-label.
Working closely with Tiavar to achieve these targets is Sealed Air global accounts director for hospitality Mehdi Belarribi, who recalls: "When we started our contract in 2009, eco-label products only amounted to around 12% of our annual worldwide turnover; and in the Middle East and North Africa this number was actually 0%".
Satino Black is the world's first and only hygienic paper that has won the right to display the FSC recycled, European Eco-label and Cradle to Cradle hallmarks.
Additionally these two dispersants have a low VOC level and are suitable to be used in decorative paints aiming to obtain eco-label certification such as Germany's Blue Angel (RAL-UZ 102).
com also allows users to sift through hotels certified by Green Key, a program of the Foundation for Environmental Education that's become the world's largest eco-label for companies in the tourism and leisure industry.
Seven beaches in the UAE have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag, an internationally recognised eco-label designed to help protect and develop stretches of coastline and marinas around the world.
The Blue Flag is an exclusive eco-label which has been awarded to more than 3,450 beaches and marinas in 41 countries across the world.
Rezidor's entire Middle East portfolio of 17 operational hotels has achieved the Green Key eco-label, a global eco-label for the leisure industry.
Rezidor Hotel Group (STO: REZT), a Belgium-based hotel company, has announced that Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn in Estonia has been awarded Green Key eco-label certificate.