Sustainable and Eco Products and Services:
A Database of Databases





Hari Srinivas
Sourcebook Series E-078. June 2015.


Sustainable Production and Consumption

One of the challenges facing us today is the need to introduce a more life cycle oriented approach to addressing production and consumption. Such an approach stimulates recycling and reuse of products, and reduces materials and energy use during production and consumption.
Increasing prosperity across the world, has allowed many people to enjoy the benefits of goods and services that were once available to just a few. Nevertheless, the environmental impacts from our consumption and production patterns remain severe, and inefficient use of resources is a drag on the economy as a whole, and consumers in particular.

At the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, national governments committed themselves to "encourage and promote the development of a ten year framework of programmes to accelerate the shift towards sustainable consumption and production".

Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) is about achieving economic growth whilst respecting environmental limits, finding ways to minimise damage to the natural world and making use of the earth's resources in a sustainable way. It is therefore not a challenge restricted to just a few countries or areas of the world, but one that must engage the whole global community.

Meeting these challenges requires a range of measures, including, for example:

  • Better products and services, which reduce the environmental impacts from the use of energy, resources, or hazardous substances
  • Cleaner, more efficient production processes, which strengthen competitiveness, and
  • Shifts in consumption towards goods and services with lower impacts.

10-Year Framework on SCP and the Marrakech Process

Changing consumption and production patterns is one of the overarching objectives of and essential requirements for sustainable development, as recognized by the Heads of State and Governments in the Johannesburg Declaration.

The Johannesburg Plan of Implementation calls in Chapter III for the development of "a 10-year framework of programmes in support of regional and national initiatives to accelerate the shift towards sustainable consumption and production." The framework should strengthen international cooperation and increase exchange of information and best practices to facilitate the implementation of national and regional programmes to promote sustainable consumption and production.

The "Marrakech Process" was launched at the first international expert meeting on the 10-year framework held in Marrakech, Morocco, 16-19 June 2003, organized by UN-DESA and UNEP. The Marrakech Process includes regular global and regional meetings, informal expert task forces and other activities to promote progress on the 10-year framework on sustainable consumption and production. UNEP and DESA's Division for Sustainable Development, have been identified as the leading agencies in promoting and developing the 10-year Framework of Programmes at the global and regional level.

The framework and the Marrakech process in general, calls for the following actions:

  • Identify specific activities tools, policies, measures and monitoring and assessment mechanisms, including, where appropriate, life-cycle analysis and national indicators.
  • Adopt and implement policies and measures aimed at promoting SCP patterns, applying, inter alia, the polluter-pays principle.
  • Develop production and consumption policies to improve products and services.
  • Develop awareness- raising programmes on the importance of sustainable consumption and production patterns, particularly among youth and relevant segments in all countries, through inter alia, education, public and consumer information, advertising and other media.
  • Develop and adopt consumer information tools to provide the information related to SCP.
  • Increase eco-efficiency, with financial support from all sources, where mutually agreed, for capacity-building and technology transfer.

Life Cycle Thinking as a Solution

The Life Cycle Initiative is a response to the call from governments for a life cycle economy in the Malmo Declaration (2000). It contributes to the 10-year framework of programmes to promote sustainable consumption and production patterns, as requested at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg (2002).

The WSSD plan of implementation states : "We must develop production and consumption policies to improve the products and services provided, while reducing environmental and health impacts, using, where appropriate, science-based approaches, such as life cycle analysis"

The concept of lifecycle thinking integrates existing consumption and production strategies, preventing a piece-meal approach. Life cycle approaches avoid problem shifting from one lefe cycle stage to another, from one geographic area to another and from one environmental medium to another. Human needs should be met by providing functions of products and services, such as food, shelter and mobility, through optimised consumption and production systems that are contained within the capacity of the ecosystem.

  • Life Cycle Management (LCM) has been developed as an integrated concept for managing the total life cycle of products and services towards more sustainable consumption and production patterns.
  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is an analytical tool for the systematic evaluation of the environmental aspects of a product or service system through all stages of its life cycle.

Sustainable Products and Services

May international and national organizations are promoting design for sustainability, product service systems and eco-labelling as options for implementing more sustainable consumption and production patterns.

The growing attention to issues of design is a natural outcome of decades of work on cleaner production and eco-efficient industrial systems. It represents the next step in a progressive widening of the horizons of pollution prevention; a widening which has gone from a focus on production processes (cleaner production), to products (ecodesign), then to product-systems (incorporating transport logistics, end-of life collection and component reuse or materials recycling) and to sustainable innovation (design for sustainability).

Eco-labelling represents a voluntary, participatory, market-based and transparent economic instrument that enables consumers to make informed purchasing choices based on products' environmental impacts.

Definition of eco and sustainable products/services

Eco-Products are designed according to the eco-design concepts and principles to have environmentally friendly features. Life-cycle concepts and engineering play a very important role during the development phase of eco-products. Eco-products are made from improved raw materials including recycled or biomass materials. In addition, during the production process, minimal energy and water resources are used with less waste and fewer pollutants. In the consumption phase, the use of eco-products can lead to energy and water savings, minimal emissions, and reducing waste and subsequent need for waste treatment. Eco-products are also designed to ensure the ability to recycle and recover materials and components.Eco-products are made from improved raw materials, use less energy and water resources, and produce less waste and emissions. When reused, recycled, or disposed of, eco-products reduce the amount of waste, including hazardous pollutants released to the environment.
Asian Productivity Organization (APO)

Eco-products are designed according to eco-design concepts and principles to have environmentally friendly features. Eco-Products are made from improved raw materials, including recycled or biomass materials. Eco-Products are also designed to ensure the ability to recycle and recover materials and components.
Eco-Products Fair 2005, Singapore

Environment-friendly Products means goods or services that contribute to saving more resources and reducing environmental pollution in comparison with other products with the same usage.
Korean Eco Products Institute

Eco-products are products with strong environmentally sound features that, following an environmental assessment, have cleared all of the 24 environmental standards required for Eco-Product classification (see chart on following page)
NEC Corp.

Eco-Products Database

In order to facilitate and enhance decision-making and policy/strategy development on sustainable and eco products and services, GDRC developed a 'database-of-databases' to provide a ready reference on existing information available via the internet.

The database contains information on the author or organization maintaining the database, a brief description, its technical and geographical coverage, number and type of entries and the web address through which the database can be accessed.

A total of 25 databases have been presented . The broad range of databases cover a number of aspects of eco products and services, including their manufacturing, design, use and maintenance. Information on other similar databases are also included in the list.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Inclusion of a database in this collection does not constitute an endorsement of the products and services mentioned in the database by GDRC. All information provided in the listed databases are the responsibility of the respective authors/organizations, and GDRC makes no warranty, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any legal liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information from this list or the links to servers on the website. All information listed was current as of January 2009. Any corrections, additions or suggestions may be sent via email to Hari Srinivas - hsrinivas@gdrc.org

Name of database:

Australian Green Procurement Database

Author/Organization:

Australian Environmental Labelling Association and Australian Green Procurement Network

Brief description:

This database is a free resource of environmentally preferable products in Australia. The green procurement database takes a unique approach by providing meaningful and quantifiable evaluation of each product's environmental performance in addition to providing contact details and technical information about products.  

Technical coverage:

36 product categories (biopolymers, coatings, rubber products, textiles, furniture and fittings, soap products, etc.

Geographical coverage:

Australia

Number and type of entries:

Total 207 products in 36 categories

URL:   

http://www.geca.org.au/green-procurement/db-Introduction.htm

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

The Blue Angel - Products and Label Users

Author/Organization:

Federal Environmental Agency, Germany

Brief description:

The Blue Angel is the first and oldest environment-related label in the world for products and services. cThese pages give a comprehensive survey of all products and services marked with the Blue Angel. In addition, you will find information on all manufacturers and trading companies registered as label users.

Technical coverage:

Products and services

Geographical coverage:

Germany

Number and type of entries:

About 3,700 products and services in 80 product categories

URL:   

http://www.blauer-engel.de/englisch/navigation/body_blauer_engel.htm

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Eco Mark Certified Products

Author/Organization:

Japan Environment Association, Japan

Brief description:

(Eco Mark) is the mark that is attached on a product which is available in our daily lives as well as certified as contributing to environmental preservation in terms of less environmental burden. It is also aimed for the consumers to make an environmental - friendly product choice, and also to consider the relation of life and environment.

Technical coverage:

Paper products, office supplies, office furniture and equipments, household products, textiles, construction materials, etc.

Geographical coverage:

Japan

Number and type of entries:

4,726 products in 49 product categories (as of end of September, 2007)

URL:   

http://www.ecomark.jp/index.html

Remarks:

The database is available only in Japanese

 

 

Name of database:

Environmental Choice New Zealand – licensed products

Author/Organization:

Environmental Choice New Zealand

Brief description:

Initiated and endorsed by the New Zealand Government, Environmental Choice recognizes the genuine moves made by manufacturers to reduce the environmental impacts of their products and provides a credible and independent guide for consumers who want to purchase products that are better for the environment.

Technical coverage:

Paper products, office equipments, cleaners and detergents, recycled plastic products etc.

Geographical coverage:

New Zealand

Number and type of entries:

650 products in 27 categories (this information was obtained from: http://www.ecomark.jp/english/sougo.html)

URL:   

http://www.enviro-choice.org.nz/index.html

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

EcoLogo Program - Products

Author/Organization:

TerraChoice Environmental Marketing, Canada

Brief description:

EcoLogo is North America's most widely recognized and respected multi-attribute environmental certification mark. By certifying the environmental leaders in over 300 categories of products, EcoLogo helps environmental marketers win customers, and helps buyers - both consumer and corporate - find and trust the world's most sustainable products.

Technical coverage:

Agricultural and horticultural products, automotive related products, building and construction related, consumer products, etc.

Geographical coverage:

Canada

Number and type of entries:

Over 300 categories of products

URL:   

http://www.environmentalchoice.com/English/Home/

Remarks:

EcoLogo belongs to the Government of Canada, founding member of the Global Ecolabelling Network

 

 

Name of database:

Environmental Label – products and manufacturers

Author/Organization:

Ministry of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction, Croatia

Brief description:

Environmental Label Award scheme of the Republic of Croatia was established in 1993. Legal base for the award of environmental label is: Law on Environmental Protection (Official Gazette No 82/94, 128/99) and Rule Book on Environmental Label (Official Gazette No. 64/96).

Technical coverage:

11 product groups  (Returnable packaging, secondary raw material products, detergents etc.)

Geographical coverage:

Croatia

Number and type of entries:

17 products and manufactures

URL:   

http://www.mzopu.hr/default.aspx?id=5145

Remarks:

List of products and manufacturers is available in PDF format

 

 

Name of database:

Korea Eco-labelling Program Certified Product Catalog

Author/Organization:

Korea Eco-Products Institute, Korea

Brief description:

Korea Eco-labelling Program is a voluntary certification program to choose eco-products from the products for the same purpose and display the designated logo (Eco-Label) and brief description, in order to reduce consumption of energy and resources and to minimize generation of pollution substances in each production step (raw material acquisition production distribution application disposition).

Technical coverage:

7 product groups: office products, construction and housing products, living necessities, home appliances and furniture, transportation and leisure-related products, etc.

Geographical coverage:

Korea

Number and type of entries:

3,176 products of 790 companies under 107 product groups (as of May, 2006)

URL:   

http://www.koeco.or.kr/eng/business/business01_01.asp?search=1_1

Remarks:

Certified product catalog 2003 in English is available in PDF format. 

 

 

Name of database:

The European Eco-Label Catalogue

Author/Organization:

The European Commission

Brief description:

The EU Eco-label has a clear objective of encouraging business to market greener products. Part of our mission is to provide the producers with the necessary information to reap the advantages of this strategy. If you are a retailer, discover here which benefits you can obtain from the Eco-label and learn from others' experience. For the consumers, there is no better way to make informed environmental choices when purchasing.

Technical coverage:

7 product groups: cleaning products, appliances, paper products, home and garden, clothing, tourism,

lubricants

Geographical coverage:

The product can be marketed in 25 Member States of the EU, as well as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein (as of 2006)

Number and type of entries:

Several hundred products/services in more than 23 types of products/services (as of 2006)

URL:   

http://ec.europa.eu/environment/ecolabel/product/index_en.htm

Remarks:

The on-line catalogue is available in multiple languages

 

 

Name of database:

Products Certified with the Thai Green Label

Author/Organization:

Thailand Environment Institute, Thailand

Brief description:

The Green Label is an environmental certification awarded to specific products that are shown to have minimum detrimental impact on the environment in comparison with other products serving the same function.

Technical coverage:

39 categories: products made from recycled plastics, energy saving fluorescent lamps, products made from cloth, detergents, paper products, paints, photocopiers, gasoline stations etc.

Geographical coverage:

Thailand

Number and type of entries:

Total 158 products from 31 companies (as of September 2007)

URL:   

http://www.tei.or.th/greenlabel/

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Green Seal Certified Products

Author/Organization:

Green Seal, USA

Brief description:

Founded in 1989, Green Seal provides science-based environmental certification standards that are credible, transparent, and essential in an increasingly educated and competitive marketplace. Our industry knowledge and standards help manufacturers, purchasers, and end users alike make responsible choices that positively impact business behavior and improve quality of life.

Technical coverage:

Hand cleaners, electric chillers, cleaners, floor care products, lodging properties, paints & coatings etc.

Geographical coverage:

USA

Number and type of entries:

more than 40 major product categories, more than 700 products

URL:   

http://www.greenseal.org/findaproduct/index.cfm

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Nordic Swan Ecolabelled Products

Author/Organization:

The Nordic Ecolabelling Board (NMN)

Brief description:

The Swan logo demonstrates that a product is a good environmental choice. The green symbol is available for around 60 product groups for which it is felt that ecolabelling is needed and will be beneficial.

Technical coverage:

Products and services

Geographical coverage:

The Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden)

Number and type of entries:

Around 60 product groups

URL:   

http://www.svanen.nu/SISMABDesktopDefault.aspx?tabName=ProductsEng&menuItemID=7068

Remarks:

The on-line database is available in multiple languages

 

 

Name of database:

TCO Development Certified Products

Author/Organization:

TCO Development, Sweden

Brief description:

TCO Development works for a better work environment in the office. We award quality and environmental certification for IT equipment and office furniture.

Technical coverage:

Office equipments

Geographical coverage:

Sweden

Number and type of entries:

8 product types (displays, desktops, notebooks, furniture, headsets, keyboards, mobile phones, printers)

URL:   

http://www.tcodevelopment.com/

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Energy Saving Recommended Products

Author/Organization:

Energy Saving Trust

(a non-profit organization, funded both by the UK government and the private sector)

Brief description:

Energy saving products use less energy and therefore have less of an environmental impact as well as being cheaper to run. The Energy Saving Recommended logo is a quick and easy way to spot the most energy efficient products on the market.

Technical coverage:

Insulation, light bulbs, light fittings, boilers, heating controls, glazing, integrated digital televisions (IDTVs) and kitchen appliances like fridges, dishwashers and washing machines

Geographical coverage:

UK

Number and type of entries:

Searchable by type of products, brand, and model number

URL:   

http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/proxy/view/full/407/recommendedproducts

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

ENERGY STAR Qualified Products

Author/Organization:

ENERGY STAR
 (a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy)

Brief description:

Products in more than 50 categories are eligible for the ENERGY STAR. They use less energy, save money, and help protect the environment.

Technical coverage:

Appliances, heating & cooling, home electronics, office equipment, lighting, commercial food service, other commercial products

Geographical coverage:

USA

Number and type of entries:

Over 50 product categories and thousands of models for the home and office

URL:   

http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product

Remarks:

For products available in Europe, visit:  http://www.eu-energystar.org/en/en_database.htm

 

 

Name of database:

ECO-MCPS

Author/Organization:

The Eco materials Forum, The Society of Non-Traditional Technology, Japan

Brief description:

A web-based database of eco-materials, eco-components, eco-products, and eco-services that can be produced, used, recycled, and disposed with less environmental burden.

Technical coverage:

eco-materials, eco-components, eco-products and eco-services

Geographical coverage:

Japan

Number and type of entries:

Total 754 entries (eco-materials 187, eco-components 109, eco-products 457, eco-service 1)

URL:   

http://eco-mcpsdb.sntt.or.jp/v3/index.php

Remarks:

Japanese language only. The organization is a group of researchers/engineers of environment-conscious materials.

 

 

Name of database:

Eco-Products Directory 2006

Author/Organization:

Asian Productivity Organization, Japan

Brief description:

A database of major eco-materials, eco-components, eco-products and eco-services available mainly in Japan. Eco-Products Directory 2006 is an updated version of the directories published in 2004 and 2005.

Technical coverage:

eco-materials, eco-components, eco-products and eco-services

Geographical coverage:

Japan/Asia

Number and type of entries:

Total 591 entries

URL:   

http://www.apo-tokyo.org/gp/e_publi/e-books_gp/2006EcoProductsDirectory.pdf

Remarks:

The Directories (2004,2005 & 2006 versions) were launched in conjunction with the Eco-Products International Fair held in Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore respectively.

 

 

Name of database:

ecospecifier Product Search

Author/Organization:

ecospecifier, Australia

Brief description:

The continually updated database is accessible to subscribers and contains well over 3000 products, resources and links to eco-preferable products and best-practice innovative design tools and strategies.

Technical coverage:

Sustainable and healthy materials, products, technologies, training & published materials relevant to building design and construction

Geographical coverage:

Australia

Number and type of entries:

A database of well over 1300 independently vetted eco & health preferable products against nearly 60 common industry categories and 400 sub categories

URL:   

http://www.ecospecifier.org/content/view/full/45

Remarks:

ecospecifier is a subscription-based service, although the majority of the knowledgebase and a growing list of products are available in the public domain without the need to login.

 

 

Name of database:

The Biodegradable Products Institute – Approved Products

Author/Organization:

The Biodegradable Products Institute, USA

Brief description:

Join the BPI labeling program. It is open to all materials and products that meet ASTM D6400 or D6868 based on testing in pre-approved, independent laboratories. Products with this symbol are designed to compost quickly, completely and safely, without leaving any plastic residues.

Technical coverage:

4 product categories (Compostable Bags, Foodservice, Resins, Packaging)

Geographical coverage:

Worldwide

Number and type of entries:

46 companies in 4 product categories

URL:   

http://www.bpiworld.org/BPI-Public/Approved.html

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

The Philips Green Logo - Overview of Philips energy efficient products

Author/Organization:

Philips Electronics

Brief description:

Philips products that have a Green logo have been certified by external auditors that they are more than 10% more efficient than other products on the market within a given product category.

Technical coverage:

3 product categories (TV, Lighting, and Other Products)

Geographical coverage:

Worldwide

Number and type of entries:

TV: 11 models, Lighting: 80 products, Other Products: 6 products

URL:   

http://www.misc.philips.com/sustainability/gb_en/

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Green Tourism Business Scheme

Author/Organization:

Green Tourism Business Scheme, UK

Brief description:

The GTBS is the leading sustainable tourism certification scheme in the UK, with over 1400 members.  Businesses opting to join are assessed by a qualified grading advisor against a rigorous set of criteria, covering a range of areas, like energy and water efficiency, waste management, biodiversity and more.

Technical coverage:

Tourism

Geographical coverage:

UK

Number and type of entries:

Green Places to Stay,Green Places to Visit, and More Green businesses

URL:   

http://www.green-business.co.uk/

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

GREENGUARD™ Online Product Guide

Author/Organization:

GREENGUARD Environmental Institute, USA

Brief description:

The guide features products, which are regularly tested to ensure that their chemical and particle emissions meet acceptable IAQ pollutant guidelines and standards. GREENGUARD Certification is a valuable tool for architects, designers, product specifiers, and purchasing organizations that want to locate, specify, and purchase off-the-shelf, low-emitting products for indoor environments.

Technical coverage:

Low emitting interior building materials, furnishings, and finish systems

Geographical coverage:

USA

Number and type of entries:

More than 100 manufacturers in 18 product categories

URL:   

http://www.greenguard.org/

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified Products and Companies

Author/Organization:

The Rainforest Alliance, USA

Brief description:

The Rainforest Alliance, one of the founders of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), is the world's largest FSC forestlands certifier. Our SmartWood program sets the standard for credibility in auditing environmentally and socially responsible forestry practice.

Technical coverage:

Paper and print sources, Green building wood sources, Sustainable furniture and FSC-certified products

Geographical coverage:

Worldwide

Number and type of entries:

More than 6,000 companies worldwide participate in the FSC certification system

URL:   

http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/programs/forestry/smartwood/find-certified-products.cfm

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

MBDC Cradle to Cradle Certification – Certified Products

Author/Organization:

McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, LLC (MBDC), USA

Brief description:

Cradle to Cradle Certification provides a company with a means to tangibly, credibly measure achievement in environmentally-intelligent design and helps customers purchase and specify products that are pursuing a broader definition of quality. This means using environmentally safe and healthy materials; design for material reutilization, such as recycling or composting; the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency; efficient use of water, and maximum water quality associated with production; and instituting strategies for social responsibility.

Technical coverage:

Building exteriors, fabric coatings, fabrics for office furniture, office seating etc.

Geographical coverage:

USA

Number and type of entries:

34 companies in 22 product types

URL:   

http://www.mbdc.com/certified.html

Remarks:

 

 

 

Name of database:

EPEAT Registered Products

Author/Organization:

EPEAT Inc., USA

Brief description:

EPEAT is a system to help purchasers in the public and private sectors evaluate, compare and select desktop computers, notebooks and monitors based on their environmental attributes. EPEAT also provides a clear and consistent set of performance criteria for the design of products, and provides an opportunity for manufacturers to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of its products.

Technical coverage:

Desktops, Integrated Systems, Monitors, Notebooks

Geographical coverage:

Worldwide

Number and type of entries:

4 product types, 24 manufacturers

URL:   

http://www.epeat.net/

Remarks:

Products are also ranked according to three tiers of environmental performance - Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

 

 

Name of database:

Greenhouse Friendly™ products & services

Author/Organization:

Department of the Environment and Water Resources, Australian Government

Brief description:

Through Greenhouse Friendly™, Australian businesses can market greenhouse neutral products or services, deliver greenhouse gas abatement and give Australian consumers greater purchasing choice.

Technical coverage:

Products and services

Geographical coverage:

Australia

Number and type of entries:

12 certified companies

URL:   

http://www.greenhouse.gov.au/greenhousefriendly/products/index.html

Remarks:

 

 

 

Additional Lists of Databases/Resources:

  1. Global Eco Labelling Network (GEN)
    A non-profit association founded in 1994 to improve, promote, and develop the "ecolabelling" of products and services around the world.
    http://www.gen.gr.jp/index.html

  2. Co-operation with international Eco-labels
    Useful information on eco-label schemes in Europe.
    http://ec.europa.eu/environment/ecolabel/other/int_ecolabel_en.htm

  3. Index of Green Labels
    Information about a number of environmental labels, certification schemes and logos, what they cover, as well as related organizations and their websites.
    http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/consumerprod/glc/pdf/greenlabels-index.pdf

Any additions, comments and corrections to the list below may please be sent to the following email address, with "Suggestion for GDRC's Eco Products Database" indicated in the subject line: [hsrinivas@gdrc.org]

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