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What is a Sustainability Standard?

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There are three types of Eco-labels defined by ISO:

  • Type I, environmental labelling (ISO 14024) Environmental labels in form of symbol or logo awarded to a product that meet the requirements of preset multiple criteria developed by the third party which are based on life cycle consideration.
  • Type II, Self-declared environmental claims (ISO 14021) Environmental claims made by importers, distributors, or retailers indicating a single environmental aspect of product through text and symbol.
  • Type III, Environmental declaration (ISO 14025) Detailed environmental declaration through environmental profile data sheet evaluated by using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) defined in ISO 14040 series.