ASMoR Position Paper on Green Claims Directive
To ensure consumers can make sustainable consumption choices and contribute to a circular economy it is key that they are provided with reliable, comparable, and verifiable environmental information about goods or services they want to purchase. In this context, ASMoR, of which FEICA is a member, welcomes the goals and principles of the European Commission’s proposal for a Green Claims Directive (Directive on the substantiation and communication of explicit environmental claims) and the possibility of using internationally recognized methodologies to calculate and communicate the environmental impact of a product.
ASMoR’s paper on the proposal for a Directive on Green Claims has been published and can be consulted here.
The Alliance for Sustainable Management of Chemical Risk (‘ASMoR’) is an alliance of more than 30 members that share a common position on the Essential Use Concept (‘EUC’) in EU chemicals policy.
Publication ref.: COS-EX-M06-043