There are several important environmental certificates and labels that businesses can pursue to demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability. Here are some notable examples:
These are just a few examples of important environmental certificates and labels. The specific certifications applicable to a business may vary depending on the industry, location, and sustainability goals. It is important to research and choose certifications that align with an organization’s values, operations, and target market.
In the course of the market analysis, you can also get an overview of the labels and certificates commonly used in the industry.
Especially at the beginning, a certification represents a high time and cost factor. Therefore, the decision when to achieve which certification or labels should be well informed and planned.
The lists below give you an overview of different labels and certificates:
Especially in the food sector, food producers tend to develop standards that are higher than established label standards and use that for marketing.
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