Below is a list of GECA's standards, listed alphabetically. The types of products certified against these standards is noted, as are those standards that are recognised by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) for its Green Star accreditation program. All standards are recognised by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA).
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Using GECA Standards
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About GECA's standards
The GECA program follows the ISO 14024 standard and offers global best practice in product certification and ecolabelling to the Australian market.
GECA standards are rigorous, scientific and relevant to key Australian industries.
They are designed to reward top performing products and services, and are internationally recognised through GECA’s membership of the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN).
How standards are developed
How existing standards are reviewed
Our standards review process is also transparent, consistent, and includes consultation with stakeholders, industry, experts and the general public. The process involves the following four steps:
2. Consult and draft
3. Public review
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No standard for your product?
GECA is interested in developing standards to meet the needs of different industries. As a multi-sector ecolabelling program we aim to develop standards where there is demand.
If you cannot find a GECA standard for the product you would like to have certified, please contact our standards department at email@example.com to see whether there is an existing standard that could apply to your product and if not, the possibility that we might develop one.
We welcome formal expressions of interest that will assist us to assess the feasibility of developing a standard that would cover your product.