News: Wools of New Zealand awarded EU Ecolabel for Greasy Wool.
Wools of New Zealand's Greasy wool is the only greasy wool audited and approved under the EU Ecolabel scheme.
Thursday, 28th April 2016
Wools of New Zealand's well established Laneve integrity system has been recognised by the EU Ecolabel, which Steven Parsons, Market Development Manager, describes as "Europe's leading sustainability brand." The Laneve integrity programme creates the only greasy wool audited and approved under the EU Ecolabel scheme. Laneve wool is used in products such as EU Ecolabel licence holder, Camira's Blazer upholstery fabric, as well as in several carpet ranges sold in the UK and North America.
Transitional period for revised EU Ecolabel criteria for Detergents extended
Commission Decision (EU) 2017/1214 set revised criteria for various types of detergents. In order to give current licence holders more time to adapt their products to comply the transitional period has been extended from 12 to 18 months
Revised criteria for 4 product groups approved at the June meeting of the EU Ecolabel Regulatory Committee
The revised criteria for copying & graphic paper, newsprint, tissue paper and lubricants were approved at a meeting of the EU Ecolabel Regulatory Committee on 29th June 2016.
Extension of validity of existing criteria for Printed Paper and Rinse-off Cosmetics and 2 other groups being considered
A written vote has taken place to extend the validity of criteria for 4 product groups: Printed Paper, Rinse-off Cosmetics and Absorbent Hygiene Products.