Standards

Singapore Green Label

Singapore Green Label

Governing Organization

Singapore Environment Council

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Auditing / Certification Body

Singapore Environment Council

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Assessment Type

Third party assessed by verified bodies

Memberships

Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN), Government Affiliated

Sectors Covered

Various Sectors

Issues Covered

Biodegradable and Recycling, Carbon, CSR, Energy Efficiency, Environmental Management, Waste and Chemicals Management, Water Related

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Overview

The Singapore Green Labelling Scheme (SGLS) was launched in May 1992 by Singapore's Ministry of the Environment. The Green Label can be used on products which meet the eco standards specified by the scheme. It considers overall product environmental impacts such as its raw materials and composition, manufacturing process, health impacts and disposal. The scheme applies to most products,... more

Key Features

* SGLS considers overall product environmental impacts such as its raw materials and composition, manufacturing process, health impacts and disposal.
* SGLS is recognised as a member of the international Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN) and allows mutual recognition of SGLS-endorsed products by other members of the network.* SGLS considers overall product environmental impacts such as... more

Stakeholder Engagement

Representatives from academia, government and industry associations participate in developing product criteria and form part of the SGLS Advisory Committee.

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