On 21st of June join us at the EU Ecolabel SHOWROOM to find out how our sustainable fabrics from citrus juice by-product can change your sartorial experience!
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the EU Ecolabel, for the first time, will open an EcoPop-up venue in the heart of Brussels – right on the iconic Mont des Arts – on the 21st of June for one week: The SHOWROOM.
For five days only, you will experience a vast range of eco-labelled products: from textiles, clothing and furniture, to detergents, cosmetics and tourism.
The SHOWROOM will highlight the best of EU Ecolabel with cutting edge sustainable design, recyclability, and sustainable materials that promote the circular economy.
If you are a blogger, a journalist, or simply a citizen passionate about today’s and tomorrow’s sustainable design, or the transition to the circular economy, we invite you on Wednesday 21st at 10:30 am for the official opening of the Showroom and at 13:00 for a meeting with our Enrica Arena.
Discover the complete agenda here
Come along and experience our exclusive fabrics from citrus juice leftovers and all the other everyday products made eco at EU Ecolabel – The Showroom.
You have got to feel it to believe it!
Opening hours are: 10:00 to 18:00 on Wednesday, and 12:00 to 20:00 Thursday till Sunday.
More info about EU Ecolabel
The EU Ecolabel is a voluntary label that helps to identify products and services that have a reduced environmental impact and contribute to making the EU economy more circular. Thanks to transparent ecological criteria, consumers can make conscious choices, without compromising on the quality of the products.
The Ecolabel rewards manufacturers who choose to design products that are durable and repairable, promoting innovation and saving resources. A product or service that has been awarded the EU Ecolabel meets a set of high environmental and performance standards.
Around 40,000 products and services hold the EU Ecolabel, from baby clothes to electronic equipment.
The EU Ecolabel is a label you can trust.
For more information visit EU Ecolabel
(adapted from EU Ecolabel press announcement)