“Air Label Score” certification enables you to differentiate your products and ensure they meet all national and international standards.
Find out about the benefits, the simple certification process and our undertakings.
Benefits of using the label
Why the “Air Label Score” certification ?
Benefit from the first international label which allows your customers to see at a glance that that your product has very low in indoor air emissions.
- Differentiate yourself from the competition by showing customers that you care about their health.
- Identify all the substances emitted and optimise your products.
Find out here about all the benefits of having the label on your products
A process that lets you concentrate on your business
Application and undertakings
All you need to do is apply for certification of your products and sign the charter of undertakings.
ISO scientific analyses
Your products are analysed by independent laboratories.
Report and recommendations
You will receive a full report on all pollutants detected and recommendations for improving your products
You receive the certification
You will be given the rating for your products together with the artwork and graphic charter required to communicate it.
Annual verification analyses
We undertake to conduct verification analyses on a selection of products every year
The undertakings given by the label
Transparency - Consistency - Clarity - Expertise -Verification - Sanctions
Uncompromising in its undertakings, “Air Label Score” has made every effort to ensure that consumers have clear information on the emissions of products into indoor air.
The label is subject to the most stringent scientific procedures and the analyses are subject to transparent checks.
Find here all the undertakings given by the label
Do your products qualify for the label?
Find out if your product can be certified.
Many product categories are certifiable. Cleaning products, air fresheners, candles, incense, furniture, bedding, fabrics, cushions and mattresses, paints, varnishes, building and insulation materials, cosmetics... can emit volatile substances into indoor air.
Find out here which categories of products qualify for the label