Raw materials used are scored for impact, the higher the impact the higher the score.
Products are scored for their packaging ratio, the more packaging for each litre of solution, the higher the score.
||Environmental Hazard Classification
Raw materials are scored according to their environmental classification. R50, R51, R52, R53, H400, H410, H411, H412 and H413. The higher the impact the higher the score.
||Volatile Organic Compound content
The higher the level of V.O.Cís the higher the score.
The energy used to obtain the finished product is taken into account. The more energy used the higher the score.
||Health and/or Physico - chemical properties.
The product is evaluated for potential adverse health effects and adverse
physico/chemical properties. the more adverse the properties the higher the score.
How often the product is used and the control over its use are scored. The higher score is given to products used in an uncontrolled fashion daily.
Biocidal products are scored depending upon whether they have a necessary function to protect public hygiene and the registration of the active ingredients in Europe.
A high score is given to products that do not have a necessary function to protect public hygiene.
A high score is given to those products without clear user instructions.
The manufacturing process produces waste which is controlled and disposed of in a responsible fashion.
This is scored according to the environmental impact of each products waste.