Regulations and accredited
“Air Label Score” has the analyses carried out by independent laboratories accredited by the most stringent international standards and follows more than 125 international regulations.
Some of the over 125 followed regulations integrated
United States of America
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
World Health Organization
European Chemical Agency
National Agency for Health Safety, Food, Environment and Work.
Commission for Standards, Law, Health and Safety at Work.
Committee for the health evaluation of construction products.
Accreditations and certifications of the partner laboratories
French national institution accreditation body.
International Organisation for Standardization
International standardisation body for 165 countries
Sole accreditation body in Belgium. Signatory of the "EA", "ILAC" and "FALB" certifications.
The most stringent international standards
“Air Label Score” certification is based on more than 125 recognised national and international recommendations, standards, laws and regulations.
From Europe, through Germany, Finland, Japan, Singapore, etc. to the United States. More than 125 regulations and recommendations are followed, including among others:
WHO, OEL, AgBB, MAK, AGS, ACGIH, NIOSH, PEL, TWAEV, AFSSET, ANSES, OQAI, etc.
“Air Label Score” is the most advanced international certification in terms of the number of air quality standards incorporated.
The label that insures indoor air quality
“Air Label Score” guarantees consumers the best available information on the emissions of products into indoor air. Products tested are given a score between A+ (very low emissions) and C (high emissions), which represents their emission level.
Pocket multi-purpose surface disinfectant
Ajax Bathroom Spray Cleaner
Glade® Automatic Spray, Sensual Sandalwood & Jasmine
Floorcloth 0% allergens
Green Lemon Dishwashing Liquid