European Ecolabel for lubricants promotes the development and use of lubricating products with reduced environmental impact. Products satisfying the requirements must be biodegradable, have low aquatic toxicity, and where palm oil or palm kernel oil is used, must be sustainably sourced
The European Ecolabel for lubricants aims to reduce the harm caused to water and soil environments, reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and ensure products contain a high percentage of renewable raw materials. Whilst lubricants must comply with strict environmental criteria, they must also meet minimum technical performance standards. With a portfolio of products ranging in viscosity from ISO 22 to ISO 1000, comprising of both oxidatatively stable and highly oxidatatively stable esters, we have the base oil technologies designed to enable formulations in all product categories to comply with environmental and technical performance requirements.
The EU updated Ecolabel for lubricants with COMMISSION DECISION (EU) 2018/1702 in November 2018. From January 1st 2020, only this edition of Ecolabel may be used.
All our products registered on the European Ecolabel LuSC list are compliant with the 2020 criteria. All* can be used without limitation in the following categories:
*Priolube 3986 - limited treat-rate depending on lubricant or grease category. Please refer to the LuSC list for maximum allowable treat-rate for all non-biodegradable, non-bioaccumulating components.
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