|Type Of Industry / Business||ECO-MARK CERTIFICATION AND LICENSING|
|Type Of Service||New company registration|
|Project Duration||90 - 100 Days|
|Number Of Employees||<10|
There has been a lot of discussion about educating industries about environmental challenges. The Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) issues the ECO-MARK as a certification mark for products that are environmentally friendly and meet the BIS's standards. The scheme was initially implemented in 1991. It is entirely voluntary and aids in the identification of environmentally friendly products on the market. Food, medications, chemicals, electrical goods, paper, lubricating oils, packing materials, and other items are all covered by the mark. The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change is in charge of the ECO-MARK scheme.
The ECO-MARK logo, which may be found on products manufactured all over India, complies with environmental sustainability criteria. The fundamental requirement for this type of symbol is to improve change across society. The presence of this logo on items would ensure that sustainable development is widely distributed across society.
To spread awareness to reduce the number of emissions in the country. Apart from this, the labeling would ensure that ecological measures are followed. Ensuring that standards related to sustainability are maintained is one of the main objectives of securing labeling. However, for the manufacturer, the following objectives are listed:
The BIS Would Provide Additional Incentives To Manufacturers Who Have This Type Of Plan In Place For Their Products.
This Certification Would Also Help To Reduce The Overall Impact Of The Industry's Products. Such Products Would Contribute To Greater Environmental Sustainability.
Securing This Type Of Label On Products Will Ensure That Consumers Are Socially Accountable.
Citizens Would Make An Effort To Buy Environmentally Friendly Consumer Goods.
Securing This Type Of Accreditation Would Increase The Environment's Overall Quality.