The EU Ecolabel is the EU environmental label recognised in all Member States of the European Union, but also by Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland. Introduced in 1992 by an EU regulation (Regulation EEC 880/92), the voluntary label has gradually become a reference for consumers who want to help reduce pollution by buying greener products and services. Impact on climate change, nature and biodiversity, energy and resource consumption, and waste generation are some examples on which the EU Ecolabel focuses. The further development of the criteria is done in a transparent way with the support of experts and other concerned institutions. The consultation of the European Union Ecolabelling Board (EUEB), the European Commission, the member states and the awarding bodies is still a prerequisite.