ECO LABEL

Covering the entire production and service sectors globally; The Label Registration System of the products or services that do not harm the environment or whose harm is constantly tried to be reduced and which are defined as ecological, is called “Eco Label” according to the requirements of the NSO-NAP 3 (Ecogloballabel) Eco Label Standard.

The Natural Standards Organization (NSO) published the global eco-label standard NSO-NAP 3 in 2018, by preparing Ecolabel practices to meet international needs and expectations.

The NSO-NAP 3 Eco-Label is used as a participatory, market-based economy tool created to help consumers distinguish more environmentally friendly products and services, and to increase and reinforce the common environmental sensitivities of producers and consumers, on a voluntary basis.

Labeling is also related to control criteria, Resource use, Consumption of resources, Natural resource management, Environmental (soil, water and air) pollution, Energy management and consumption, Waste management, Biodiversity, Ecosystem health and Human health.

On-site inspection is not considered necessary for labeling for each product or service. On-Site Inspection and Control decision; Application Review and Evaluation belongs to the committee consisting of environmental experts from accredited and licensed organizations authorized by the Eco Label Organization (IBI).

In labeling; ISO 14001 Certificate - Environmental Management System, ISO 50001 Certificate - Energy Management System etc. It provides an advantage in the application of the relevant management systems, Application and Registration labeling.

NSO-NAP 3 GLOBAL ECO LABELS provides an environmentally friendly brand evaluation that contributes to the promotion, reputation and prestige of companies, as well as making products or services distinctive. These gains are important in order to take place in the market and to be ahead of the competitors.

NAP 3 Eco Label Standard is applied in 3 types as Type I, Type II and Type III depending on the environmental risks of the product and production in labeling. NSO-NAP 3 Standard for these applications; It provides Global Eco Labeling by referring to the 4 standards given below related to ISO's Environmental Labels.

Referenced ISO Standards:

  • 1. Common guide standard for all label types; The ISO 14020 Standard is the guide standard that includes all environmental labels.
  • 2. ISO 14021 Standard; Defines the Manufacturer's self-declared environmental labeling criteria used in conjunction with ISO 14020 and referred to as Type II labeling.
  • 3. ISO 14024 Standard; It defines the environmental labeling criteria used in conjunction with ISO 14020 and referred to as Type I labeling.
  • 4. ISO 14025 Standard; Used with ISO 14020 and called Type III labeling, In general; It defines the environmental declaration criteria that contain detailed information about the product by defining the specifications in matrix shapes.