Definition of an Eco-Friendly Product:
A listing marked as ""Eco-Friendly"" means that the designer has declared that the product meets one or more of the definitions listed below, and has provided a detailed explanation in the product description.
- The product is made from environmentally friendly materials and a third-party certification badge or document can be provided as proof. Example: A product that does not contain toxic chemicals and is manufactured using biodegradable materials.
- The product can replace everyday consumables, is reusable, and simultaneously meets one of the following conditions:
▪️ The product uses environmentally friendly materials. Example: Reusable organic cloth sanitary pads.
▪️ The production process reduces resource consumption.
▪️ Unlike other similar products or consumables, the product design aims to ""extend the lifespan of the product."" For example, while regular calendars can only be used for a year, perpetual calendars are designed to be usable for multiple years.
▪️ The product materials or raw materials come from members of fair trade organizations, or the brand itself has obtained relevant fair trade certifications.
- The product ships with packaging made from recycled materials. Example: A product ships using reused paper bags, recycled newspaper packaging, or packaging that is recyclable, low-pollution and resource efficient.
- The product or service has received third party certification from a sustainability organization or environmental organization, or has received an environmentally friendly badge (certification by domestic or international organizations are both acceptable). Example: FSC™Forest Stewardship Council certification, B Corporation certification, carbon neutral certification, energy efficiency certification, etc.
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