China Carbon Label for Machinery & Electronic Products

What is Carbon Label

Carbon label is an environmental designation aimed at addressing climate change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and promoting low-carbon technologies by informing consumers of key carbon information, such as a product's carbon footprint, in the form of a label.

The promotion of carbon labeling contributes to driving enterprise low-carbon transformation, facilitating supply chain decarbonization coordination, mitigating green trade barriers, fostering low-carbon consumption awareness, and achieving carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals.

China Carbon Label for Machinery & Electronic Products

Promoting the introduction of international rules and the export of local certifications.

Visible, Traceable, Recognizable

China Carbon Label for Machinery & Electronic Products

How to obtain Carbon Label

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When you see China Carbon Label for Machinery & Electronic Products, it indicates that the carbon footprint of the product has been calculated according to internationally and domestically recognized carbon footprint standards and has been verified by authoritative third-party certification bodies. It has been approved for use of the carbon label by the expert committee of the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME). This label signifies that the product is an authoritative, officially recognized, and trustworthy green product for consumers.

The background of the releasing China Carbon Label for Machinery & Electronic Products

In the context of global climate change and the increasing prominence of international "green trade barriers," authoritative, compliant, and certified product carbon footprint of product (CFP) and carbon labeling have become the green credentials for China's electromechanical products to go global. Chinese electromechanical product manufacturers and distributors are increasingly in urgent need of CFP, carbon labeling, and carbon information disclosure.

Taking photovoltaics, low-voltage electrical appliances, lithium batteries, and other electromechanical products as examples, countries such as Europe and the United States have imposed requirements for CFP reporting when importing electromechanical products, such as the "EU Batteries Regulation" and the "Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)". An increasing number of multinational companies are also incorporating CFP into their sustainable supply chain management requirements……

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