The environmental label is a label that proves that the companies protect their nature, are sensitive to nature and keep the harm to the environment at the lowest level in their products and services. It is understood that the product bearing an environmental label is produced by methods appropriate to the natural conditions, is self-destructed in a short time after consumption and the packaging on it does not harm the environment.
Chemicals are an important component of our daily lives, but some chemicals can seriously harm our health or the environment. There is an increase in health problems that can be explained in part by the use of chemicals. Man-made chemicals are found in the farthest places in the environment and also in our bodies. Chemicals are everywhere. In the EU, under the leadership of REACH and CLP, we have comprehensive chemicals legislation aimed at providing a high level of protection to human health and the environment. Certain chemicals, such as biocides, pesticides, pharmaceuticals or cosmetics, are subject to their own legislation. In addition, the European Commission addresses the challenges of endocrine disruptors that cause adverse health effects of chemicals that interfere with the hormone system.
The protection of nature is of greater importance than ever before. The ecosystem is in great danger. Many studies have shown that chemicals used in production have a negative impact on health. Children and production workers are the most affected. In this respect, ecological production eliminates health risks. In addition, ecological production conserves soil and water resources. The important thing is to increase the fertility of the soil with natural substances, not using chemicals. Water resources are indispensable for all living things. The use of synthetic chemicals in ecological production is prohibited for the protection of water resources.
Designed by our organization Ekomark © StandardIs based on product groups prepared by the European Union. Environmental label criteria were determined for various product and service groups within the Eco-Label system. There is no direct chemical product group among these product groups. However, indirectly in many production chemicals pass through. For example, general cleaning agents, dishwashing detergent, laundry detergents, dishwashing detergent and soaps, shampoos and hair conditioners are used in the cleaning products group. In addition, the most commonly used chemical products are textile products. Also in the garden materials product group are cultivation medium and soil improvers, as well as paints and varnishes in the household products group, and products containing chemicals.
If it is determined that these products are produced within the specified criteria, Ekomark © Tag use is granted. Ekomark © Tag It is proven that the products used do not harm human health when they are produced and consumed in accordance with nature.
In order for companies to open up to foreign markets and to compete with their competitors, they need to turn to more ecological production.
Different information on ecological certification may be required in chemical products. For more information about this and the Ekomark © Tag, you can apply to our company immediately.