Green Seal provides science-based environmental certification standards that are credible, transparent and essential to helping manufacturers, purchasers and consumers make responsible choices that positively impact business behavior and improve quality of life. Thousands of products and services in hundreds of categories have been certified to meet Green Seal standards. Green Seal provides public education and guidance for creating a more sustainable world. Green Seal is a nonprofit organization that uses science-based programs to empower consumers, purchasers, and companies to create a more sustainable world. Green Seal is a pioneer in promoting a sustainable economy. In 1989 there were no nonprofit environmental certification programs in the US. During this year, our founder had the foresight to recognize the need for a tool to help shoppers find truly green products. Green Seal was developed as a nonprofit to stand for absolute integrity. Over the years the reputation of the Green Seal brand has grown to symbolize environmental leadership, and it continues to represent proven-green products and services.
The Centre Technique du Papier in Grenoble, in September 2014, proved the dissolvability of Dissolve Tech paper after 3 minutes of contact with water. The Centre Technique du Papier in Grenoble is an industrial research and development organisation that provides scientific support to the paper industry.
Bio Tech, in 2012, received the Chelab BATP certification as dermatologically tested product. Chelab Silliker, part of the Mérieux NutriSciences Corporation, boasts a proven expertise in analytical services in chemistry, microbiology and biology with a high technical and scientific specialisation.
In 2016, Bio Tech has received the certification that the microbiological activity and enzyme activity is beneficial to humans and the environment by the INIFAP Institute - Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agricolas y Pecuarias. In particular, the certification attests that in the presence of spores of BATP, the bacteria, among which the one of Salmonella, do not develop. INIFAP is an institute of scientific and technological excellence with international recognition for its responsiveness to the needs of knowledge and technological innovation, located in Jalisco - Mexico.
It is the certification system for forests, wood and derived products that ensures that the products come from forests managed pursuant to strict environmental, social and economic standards. The Forest Stewardship Council is the non-profit organisation born in Mexico in 1994 and transferred to Bonn in 2003 that issues the certification necessary in order to be able to use the label on the basis of audits performed on the forests where the wood is extracted and in the course of all subsequent production phases, down to the consumer, and that concern environmental and social-ethical aspects. It is a label similar to Type I for the existence of a third certification body.