- ISO 14021:1999 Environmental labels and declarations – Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labelling) covers packaging, labelling, and voluntary claims. It states that all self-declared environmental claims shall be accurate and not misleading.
- ISO 14024:1999 Environmental labels and declarations – Type I environmental labelling – Principles and procedure tackles Type 1 environmental labelling – commonly known as ‘ecolabelling’ (for example, the Nordic Swan or the Japanese Eco-Mark).
- ISO 14025:2006 Environmental labels and declarations – Type III environmental declarations – Principles and procedures gives guidance on issuing quantified environmental information about products, based on life cycle data. Type III declarations are likely to be of increasing importance in business-to-business commerce.
The directory can be found on the Ministry of Economic Development website, www.med.govt.nz: View Ecolabels Directory.