What do all the different Green Certifications really mean?

As you may know, April has come to be known as Earth Month. With Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 25, a lot of attention is brought to “being green” during this month. One easy way to “be green” is to purchase “green” versions of the products you use – we all know there are green versions of virtually every product in the marketplace today, the labels showing different “green certifications” that these products hold. But with so many green certifications out there, I can honestly say that I don’t even know what most of them mean! So we’ve come up with a handy little guide to explain the meanings of each type of green certification in our industry.

Check out the guide below – click on the image to download a larger version.

Green Certifications guide

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2 Responses to What do all the different Green Certifications really mean?

  1. Mike Trubiano says:

    Thanks for providing this great information. I would comment that the remanufacturer toner & ink cartridges NEOS provides are of OEM quality and the purchase of these cartridges keeps them out of landfills and trash. They also save money!

  2. Staci says:

    Thanks for the comment Mike, and great point about the remanufactured toner and ink cartridges!

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