Carbon labeling is environmental labeling that describes the carbon emissions created when a product is manufactured, transported, or disposed of during the entire life cycle. It informs consumers of the product’s carbon emissions for the further consideration of curbing climate change, reducing GHG emissions, and promoting low-carbon emission technology.
By using this service enterprises will benefit by:
- Disclosing the carbon emissions of products and breaking the non-tariff trade barriers;
- Reasonable quantitative tools are important devices to tap into the emission potential;
- Increase the brand value and enhanc the added value of products;
- Setting the scientific outlook on green consumption and helping enterprises to undertake social responsibilities.
- Enterprises can voluntarily make applications and certifying institutions can accept their applications.
- Certifying institutions make assessments under PAS 2050;
- Certifications are conducted;
- Relevant certificates such as carbon labeling are issued;
- Issuing carbon labeling;
- Certifying institutions are responsible for supervision.