March 19, 2008
Jyotsna Kotian of Alok Industries Limited, an Indian textile company , commented on my EU Eco-labelarticle asking for some guidance on how to apply. Although I can’t give legal advice, at least I can point them in the right direction. Alok’s Environment, Health and Safety Policy commitments are straightforward and significant. Good Luck to them.
That lead to me correcting a big mistake (that I made) in that article, The EU Eco-label: flowering across Europe.
Two more sites for Recycling Symbols for Print and Web Designers.
Another Finnish site for the Nordic Ecolabel Swan: Scandinavian co-operation.
Edits to the tags to make them more consistent and to connect articles together, particularly Agenda 21. This led in turn to adding more content to Eco-Schools, to reflect its importance as a programmme fitting into Local Agenda 21.
This entry updates parts of the Infomancy Eco-Symbols Series.
February 20, 2008
December 3, 2007
a voluntary scheme designed to encourage businesses to market products and services that are kinder to the environment and for European consumers – including public and private purchasers – to easily identify them.
I don’t recall ever seeing the Eco-label. Just how far has it spread?