Case Study TÜV Rheinland - Guidelines for Providing Product Sustainability Information
This case study forms part of the project ‘Testing the Applicability of the Guidelines for Providing Product Sustainability Information'. The aim is to share a practical application of the Guidelines’ principles by companies and standard-setting organizations. This case study showcases how TÜV Rheinland has applied the Guidelines' principles to Green Product Mark, a voluntary, multiple criteria-based environmental labelling programme that differentiates environmentally preferable products from others in a given product category. The Guidelines for Providing Product Sustainability Information are available here: http://www.oneplanetnetwork.org/resource/guidelines-providing-product-sustainability-information
The One Planet network does not endorse any of the products or claims presented in this case studies in any way or for any purpose. Quality and quality control are the sole responsibility of the organizations which self-assessed the way they communicate with consumers.