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Using catalogs and labels to indicate the environmental performance of our products Panasonic indicates that a given product is environmentally conscious by displaying environmental labels on the product and in our catalogues. This labeling is designed to convey our environmental technology information on the product in an easy-to-understand manner to help our customers make smart choices when considering which products to purchase. We introduced a new design for Type II labels, carrying the phrase, ‘eco ideas’ We are currently working on all three types of environmental declaration categories.
By acquiring the International Energy Star label, well recognized in Europe and North America, as well as Chinese environmental labels, Panasonic aims to offer environmentally-conscious products that actually surpass the certification criteria for these labels and to provide greater opportunities to convey our products' environmental information on a global basis.
Panasonic has been utilizing environmental declaration labels to apply environmental performance of its product and services.
Products or services that are authorized to use the ‘eco ideas’ mark are those accredited as Green Products that meet Panasonic’s Green Product accreditation criteria.
The environment label indicated in product catalogues, on the product body or packaging to appeal that the product is eco-conscious.
The indication is pursuant to ISO 14021 “Environmental labels and declarations -- Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labelling)”
An environmental label shall be composed of an environmental mark, statement of environmental claims, and complementary description.
|Items||Number of models published*2|
|Cooking oil cleaner||2|
|Humidity-Adjustable Odor-Absorbing Panels||3|
|Blu-ray Disc Recorder||13|
|Items||Number of models published*3|
|Items||Number of models (series) registered in fiscal 2013|
|Notebook PCs||20 series|
|Item||Energy conservation||Water conservation||China Environmental Labeling||China Ecolabeling|
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