Important brands

Crossed waste bin
This label indicates that the product should not be disposed of in residual waste. Electrical and electronic waste may contain substances that are harmful to health and the environment, and should be delivered to retailers or local municipalities.
It is free for consumers in Norway to deliver EE waste.

EU Ecolabel 
This is the official European Ecolabel. The branding scheme is part of the EEA Agreement and also includes Norway. The flower identifies products and services that have a reduced impact on the environment.

Nordic swan label
This is the official Nordic Ecolabel, which stimulates producers to create environmentally adapted products and services. It was established by the Nordic Council of Ministers and is managed by the Foundation for Environmental Markets. In order to get the brand, a manufacturer must be able to prove that it meets the requirements.

The European branding system, Communauté Europécnne, is an officially required safety mark that all toys, construction products, electrical and electronic products sold in the EEA must be labeled. The CE mark is a declaration that the producer or its representative warrants that all requirements imposed on the product in the relevant directive are deemed to be met. The requirements must ensure that the products do not harm neither the environment nor human safety and health.

TCO is a Swedish organization that works for sustainable IT development. This branding system applies to computers, monitors, headphones and more. The label sets requirements for radiation, chemicals, energy consumption, ergonomics and social responsibility.

EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) is a worldwide branding device for consumer electronics. The products are rated gold, silver or bronze according to the number of environmental criteria they meet. The products are evaluated by hazardous materials and chemicals, lifetime, material selection, recyclability, energy efficiency and packaging.