In an effort to enable consumers to identify environment-friendly products, as well as to encourage energy efficiency, waste minimization and sustainable products for manufacturers, a Turkish organization has created an ecolabel certification system. The ecolabel system starts with reviewing the procurement of raw materials and covers each stage of production along the way.
At an upcoming event in Ankara, Turkey, products from seven logos, out of the 85 competing, will be ecolabeled. Three products in the Turkey textile, ceramics and paper sectors, will reportedly receive the environmental labeling.
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