eco-INSTITUT-Label for architects and building project planners

“eco-INSTITUT-Label serves as a rule for indoor air quality and low-pollutant products. Not least because architects and building project planners employ it in projects of sustainable buildings following LEED, BREEAM or DGNB.”

Dipl.-Ing. architect Andreas Hintz;  LEED AP (BD+C), DGNB auditor, BREEAM auditor

Products bearing eco-INSTITUT-Label comply with strict requirements on emissions and pollutants on a national and international basis.

That is why demanding architects and building project planners can employ certified construction and furnishing products in their projects – also in the context of buildings classification programmes.

Architects and building planners can choose in product lines of more than 100 manufacturers

In the database of certified products all eco-INSTITUT-Labelled products are lited with individual identification number, certificate and validity . So archtects and building planners can find a suitable product fuss-free.

eco-INSTITUT-Label is

  • recommended by consumer advice centre North Rhine-Westphalia
  • recommended by consumer protection initiative
  • recommended by WDR
  • recommended by ÖKO-TEST magazine
  • recommended by schöner wohnen magazine
  • listed in Federal Sustainable Consumer Basket

You have questions on eco-INSTITUT-Label and in how far products may be used in your project?

Search database "Certified products“

Search our database for certification number, product name or manufacturer name.

Testing criteria and all documents on the certification you find here.


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