ECO LABEL for toys

Consumers place high demands on toys because they are products used by children, they want them to be free from hazardous substances. Therefore, the criteria focus strongly on avoiding and minimizing harmful substances and verifying compliance with periodic testing. 

ECO LABEL for toys

ECO LABEL goes beyond the requirements of the European Safety of Toys Directive and bans other substances that pose a risk to the environment. Current basic criteria for ECO LABEL require compliance with basic social standards in raw material production and final production facilities. 

Moreover, greater transparency of toy manufacturers with their suppliers will ensure compliance with core labor standards at other levels of the value chain in the future.

ECO LABEL can be given to toys made of textiles, wood, plastic, leather, paper, natural rubber and metal.

ECO LABEL certified toys are specially tested for pollutants, various They are subjected to safety tests, and are subjected to special evaluation in terms of raw materials and recycling.