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The Blue Angel

The Blue Angel is an internationally recognized environmental label awarded by the Department of the Environment in Germany. Products with the Blue Angel seal of quality contain very low levels of emissions in order to ensure a healthy indoor climate.

The Blue Angel is the first and most well-known eco-label worldwide. Since 1978 it has set the standard for eco-friendly products and services selected by an independent jury in line with defined criteria. The Blue Angel is awarded to companies as kind of a reward for their commitment to environmental protection. Before obtaining the Blue Angel label, the product is examined at every stage from tree harvesting and production to usage and final recirculation. BOEN has been awarded The Blue Angel.

The Blue Angel is an ecological beacon showing the consumer the way to the ecologically superior product and promotes environmentally conscious consumption.

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