Green label


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Green label

A certification program by the Carpet and Rug Institute for carpet and adhesives meeting specified criteria for release of volatile compounds.
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The Italian Green Label Award aims to reward those companies that have been more responsible over the past years, reducing the carbon dioxide emitted by their machines to a greater extent.
Appliances that carry the Singapore Green Label have met robust and stringent standards for water efficiency, among other green criteria.
Admit, in collaboration with RINA, an international certifying body, invites all its associates to join the sustainability program which consists on delivering on yearly basis the Green Label certification.
Abu Dhabi: The Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA) has developed the green label for paints and varnishes.
First, the fruity Johnnie Walker Green Label with a hint of grass and sandalwood (eaten with cheddar); followed by the smooth Gold Label Reserve with notes of vanilla and dark fruit (with strawberry); then the classic Black Label with smoke and vanilla (with torched marshmallow); and finally the luxurious Blue Label with velvety chocolate, honey and rose petals (with Jamon Serrano).
The recalled cream is in a white jar with a smooth, rounded cap and a green label with "Uber Numb Topical Anesthetic Cream" printed on the front.
The fashion-forward event will also see the launch of an eco-friendly collection under the name of AFC Green Label -- a major move towards fashion sustainability in the region.
Helsinki, Finland, Mar 8, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - UPM is one of the first companies to offer copy paper with the Singapore Green Label logo under the enhanced Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS), which is managed by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC).
To avoid IAQ Issues, choose water-based adhesives, products that carry the Green Label Plus certification or gluefree systems.
The most commonly sold dip is hummus, but not one of the 108 products carried a green label donating a low salt content.
The most commonly sold dip is houmous, but not one of the 108 products in the survey carried a green label for salt.
By the way, I get my best groups with CCI Green Label.