Monday, 27 January 2014
Philips' Eco Passport Makes Going Green Simple
As members of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and the United Nations Global Compact, Philips are dedicated to developing, promoting and marketing energy efficient solutions across the market. As part of their green initiative Philips' products all have their very own Eco Passport.
Introduced in 1994, Philips' Eco Design initiative aims to deal with all phases of product development and create products that offer better environmental performance. Philips offer products that can help reduce costs, energy consumption and CO2 emissions, their green logo (pictured on the right) identifies products which have a significantly better environmental performance than their competitors or predecessors.
All Philips products have an Eco Passport which is an overview of the products environmental specifications. Eco Passports enable consumers to make simple choices about the products they buy and the impact they have before, during and at the end of their life cycle, Philips Eco Passports consider the following Green Focal areas…