This standard defines how quickly and to what extent a biodegradable plastic must degrade under industrial composting conditions.
Certifies a material is produced using plant-based derivatives.
Australian Standard that certifies plastic to be 90% biodegradable at 60oC or higher, within 180 days.
Australian Standard that certifies plastic to be 90% biodegradable at 60oC or higher, within 180 days.
Certifies a material is compostable in an industrial compost facility.
FDA certification is required for product producers to advertise and export their items in the United States. FDA regulates human pharmaceuticals and biologics, animal drugs, medical devices, tobacco products, food, cosmetics, and electronic products that produce radiation to protect public health. However, not all products go through premarket approval, which involves FDA examining a product's safety and effectiveness and the agency's approval before being sold. In other circumstances, FDA enforces actions toward products already on the market.View More Close
The For Life certificate is a certification standard for Corporate Social Responsibility. It includes CSR Policy Management, Social Responsibility, Environmental Responsibility, Local Impact, CSR in Supply-Chain Management, Empowerment, Respect for the Consumer, Managing Certification, and Performance.View More Close
Climate Neutral is an independent non-profit organization with a mission to decrease global carbon emissions. They help brands of all shapes and sizes measure and offset their entire carbon footprints, and reduce future emissions.View More Close
Ecological and Recycled Textile Standard's goal is to encourage environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing techniques and circumstances in the garment and textile industries. It specifies the minimal environmental and social standards for determining the ecological status of a product, including the product's design phases, raw material production, manufacture, distribution, usage, and end-of-life. There are two levels. Level 1: For sustainable materials, 50% natural fiber should be utilized, with it coming from natural recycled sources preferred. For ecological and recycled textiles, Level 2 applies to the entire standard.View More Close
Ecocert certificates ensure and promote the most ecologically friendly and socially conscientious practices. They do the initial audit before granting the certificate. They assess and ensure that the actions adhere to the parameters you specify.View More Close
Control Union Certifications has concentrated its efforts on establishing services that ensure the long-term viability of industrial supply chains that feed into the food, feed, forestry, biomass, bioenergy, social compliance, and textiles industries. Control Union Certifications are well-positioned to address problems in today's global economy.View More Close
ISO 9001 is the most widely accepted Quality Management System (QMS) standard worldwide. Its goal is to assist businesses in better meeting the demands of their consumers and other stakeholders. It also indicates that a management system, manufacturing process, service, or documentation method meets all the standards and quality assurance needs.View More Close
Environmental management systems retain an international standard by ISO 14001. It assists firms in improving their environmental performance through more effective resource utilization and waste reduction.View More Close
BSCI delivers a social auditing approach and reports to businesses. It connects you to a network of external auditing firms that are accredited, experienced, and impartial. BSCI gives a system that assists companies in gradually improving working conditions throughout their supply chain. Producers that fulfill all BSCI standards are encouraged to pursue our best practice, the Social Accountability International's SA8000 social management accreditation (SAI).View More Close
The UN Global Compact Signatories are voluntary initiatives to have their businesses around the ten principles, including the issues of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption.
The Carbonfree® Product Certification is a meaningful and transparent approach for you to give your consumers ecologically beneficial carbon-neutral items. It entails calculating a product's carbon footprint, lowering it where possible, and offsetting residual emissions using third-party approved carbon reduction schemes.View More Close
WRAP is a major independent certification program for the clothing, footwear, and sewn product industries worldwide. They are in charge of the auditing procedure. They adopt a collaborative approach to social compliance certification, working with their facilities to encourage responsible corporate practices and supply chain sustainability, and contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and SDG 12 (End Poverty) (Responsible Consumption and Production)View More Close
The OK Compost HOME certificate is a certification for compostable products by the Tuv Austria government. The OK compost HOME certification system ensures total biodegradability following particular specifications, even in the garden compost heap. The OK Compost HOME has served as the foundation for developing various standards in countries including France, Australia, and Europe.View More Close
The Tamil Nadu Factory Registration license is a legal document that grants authority to govern and carry out industrial activities in certain areas. The goal is to guarantee that proper safety measures are in place and to promote the health and wellbeing of factory workers. Factories employing ten or more people with power in the manufacturing process and factories with twenty or more workers without power in the manufacturing process must have a registration under the Factories Act of 1948.View More Close
The WFTO Guarantee System evaluates a company's overall operation and not just a single product, ingredient, or supply chain. It entails a review of the company structure and business strategy and its operations and supply networks.View More Close
The yarn's content is from marine plastic litter. SEAQUAL® YARN has both OEKO-TEX® Class 100 and GRS certification.
The certification is for biobased content products. It seeks the percentage of the biobased content on the label. The minimum for unestablished products should contain at least 25% biobased content. The products should not have food, animals, and biobased contents.View More Close
The Bluesign certification certifies textile products to ensure that it's not harmful to the environment, workers, and customers. The certificate applies to chemicals, materials, and products. It provides the assessment.View More Close
SGS is a certification or report about a company or products according to the country's standards and regulations. The certificate makes sure that the company works in a better and safer world.
One Percent for the Planet is an international organization whose members contribute at least 1% of their annual revenue to environmental causes to protect the environment. The aim is to offer accountability, prevent greenwashing and "certify reputable giving".View More Close
The Forest Stewardship Council certification is a product certification that ensures that the goods come from properly managed forests regarding environmental, economic, and social aspects. There are two types: forest management & chain of custody.View More Close
OBP is a certification for collectors, recyclers, neutralization services, plastic producers & users. The certification means that the supply chain aligns with the international social & environmental standards.View More Close
ABNT Ecolabel is a certification for products and services that is a voluntary method of environmental performance certification. The standards include applicable life cycle & supply chain phases, social & environmental attributes, and mutual recognition.View More Close
ACO is a certification that adheres to ISO / IEC Guide 65's product guide. The requirements cover the supply chain's applicable life cycle, social and environmental qualities, and mutual recognition with other labels. Manufacturers, retailers, and customers are the recipients of this accreditation.View More Close
The GLI certificate is a certification in collaboration with the Green Product Council of Indonesia, with certified items focusing on resource efficiency. Manufacturers are usually the recipients of the certificate. Gold, silver, and bronze are the three tiers. There are expectations for the producers to lessen their environmental effect with the accreditation.View More Close
These are German government certifications for products and services. Low-emission, returnable, recyclable, and biodegradable are examples of its criteria. It is dependent on the items.
EU Ecolabel labels businesses and customers that are environmentally friendly. The ISO standard 14024 is one of the qualifications. They provide companies with advice on sustainability and reduce their environmental effect. They also identify long-lasting goods that are simple to repair and recycle. Companies that are producers, manufacturers, importers, retailers, and wholesalers can benefit from this accreditation.View More Close
TCO is a certification for IT products wherein items should be free of greenwashing, dangerous ingredients, and circularity. Their supply chains should be socially and environmentally responsible. It covers worker safety and health, ISO 14001 certification, a percentage of post-consumer recycled material, mineral source verification, energy efficiency, and material-coded plastics for more than 25% of the product.View More Close
The term "certification" within the Content Claim Standard refers to the verification of all phases in manufacturing and the chain of custody. It also tracks the whole production process, from raw materials to finished goods. It accredits both brands and stores.View More Close
The SFA certification ensures cashmere traceability, guarantees goat care, and supports animal-derived fiber. The certification has three levels: bronze for those who have completed the minimal standards, silver or gold for those who have fully satisfied the requirements. Some of the certificate requirements ensure that dangerous chemicals use are decreased, energy and water are efficiently used, and that workers are fairly treated.View More Close
IVN is a certification for textile and leather producers, distributors, manufacturers, and suppliers. They ensure that the materials used in enterprises and goods designated by them are environmentally friendly and meet social criteria. To be certified, items must be devoid of toxins, include organic fiber, and be powered by renewable energy. The materials used in the goods should be GOTS certified as a minimum requirement. It is the European standard for leather products.View More Close
OCS 100 is an organic input certification and a chain of custody. This certification ensures that the resources are organically certified and that only goods created from those materials are certified by OCS 100. It also establishes the chain of custody, audits at each level of the supply chain, and stakeholder management. They can verify the supply chain as well as the brand and retailers.View More Close
RCS 100 is a chain of custody standard to ensure that the raw materials in the supply chain are recycled. The certificate verifies the recycled contents of products and audits each stage in the supply chain.View More Close
RWS is a wool certification that also considers the well-being of sheep and their surroundings. This process begins with the wool producers and ends with the manufacturers. However, retailers are not accredited. The accreditation ensures the protection of animal welfare, land health, social welfare, chains of custody, and stakeholder management. Only goods made entirely of wool are eligible for certification.View More Close
MADE IN GREEN is a certification for product labels to know that their products are made in an eco-friendly environment. The certificate also mentions that the materials used in products are sustainable or were tested for harmful substances. It needs to be tested per the Standard 100 OEKO-TEX or LEATHER STANDARD by OEKO-TEX. It also ensures that the working condition is safe per the STeP by OEKO-TEX.View More Close
The STeP is a certification for the textile and leather sectors and establishments to publicize their environmental initiatives. This allows them to be more open about their commitment to sustainability in public communications. The certificate evaluates chemical management, environmental performance, environmental management, social responsibility, quality management, health protection, and workplace safety. There are three levels: beginner, decent, and excellent.View More Close
ECO PASSPORT is a pre-certification of the chemicals, accessories, and colorants for textiles and leather articles.
The Standard 100 is a certification verifying that textiles do not contain hazardous compounds. Textile producers may choose to test their goods from the beginning to the conclusion. Azo dyes, formaldehyde, nickel, and other health-hazardous compounds are among the many prohibited items.View More Close
GRS is a certification for recycled content, chain of custody, social & environmental practices, and chemical restrictions for finished and intermediate products.
BPI is a certification for compostable products and packaging. For eligibility, the products need to pass the ASTM International testing which identifies harmful compounds such as asphalt and fluorinated chemicals. There are two areas for the certification standard: 1. standard for the labeling of plastics designed to be aerobically composted (ASTM D6400) and 2. standard for the labeling of end items that incorporate plastics and polymers (ASTM D6868).View More Close
SMETA is a process for conducting an ethical audit to ensure transparency for corporate procedures and information exchange. The process helps avoid duplication of work and gives an audit format to vendors. SMETA stands on four pillars: business ethics, the environment, labor standards, and health and safety.View More Close
SEDEX is a certification of health and safety standards, labor standards, and environmental and corporate ethics to improve global supply chain operations to operate ethically and sustainably. It is also about ethically doing business.View More Close
The Fair Trade certificate is for producers and businesses who assist in sustainable development within social, environmental, and economic factors. The guidelines demand a reduction in the use of agrochemicals, proper and safe waste management, the preservation of soil fertility and water resources, and the avoidance of genetically modified organisms. When people buy from this firm, they also support cotton farmers to improve their living conditions.View More Close
The B Corp certification constitutes small businesses, SMEs, medium businesses, and large businesses with high social and environmental performance. These businesses must achieve at least an 80 and pass a risk review. The certification binds a legal commitment to make companies accountable to stakeholders and shareholders and cultivate transparency. B labs determine the eligibility of a company. Every three years, the certification needs renewal.View More Close
The GOTS certification is for organic textile and fiber providers, clothing, and distributors, particularly for cotton. For the "made with organic materials" accreditation, the product must have at least 70% certified organic fiber and 95% certified organic fibers for the "organic" designation. They also allow "organic in conversion" for three years. The certification is required for the processing stage to manufacturing, packing, labeling, trade, and distribution. The processing must include a display of the surroundings.View More Close