Author: Taryn Tuss

Taryn Tuss

Taryn Tuss is Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Green Seal.

Green Seal Partnership with Amazon Climate Pledge Friendly Expands to EU

Green Seal’s partnership with Amazon Climate Pledge Friendly has expanded to the U.K. and the European Union. Amazon customers in the U.K., Germany, Italy, France, and Spain now see a “Climate Pledge Friendly” label on the listings for products certified by Green Seal. Green Seal was an original participant in Climate Pledge Friendly when Amazon

Wayfair’s New Shop Sustainably Filter Highlights Green Seal-Certified Products

Wayfair’s newest feature makes it simple for customers to shop for more sustainable home products and encourages brands to produce and source more sustainably. The Shop Sustainably filter allows shoppers to find products that are certified by Green Seal or select other trusted third-party organizations to meet meaningful sustainability standards. Green Seal’s science-based certification standards

Google’s New Feature Highlights Green Seal-Certified Hotels

Google’s latest feature makes it easier for travelers to find sustainable lodging options. This new feature tags environmentally preferable hotels that have achieved ecolabel certification from Green Seal or select other credible third-party certification organizations as “Eco-Certified” in Google Travel hotel search results. Hotels included in the Google hotel booking program will feature a leaf-shaped

Why We’re Certifying Safer Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers

Green Seal is now certifying hand sanitizers that meet the highest standard for safety and performance in the marketplace. With the COVID-19 pandemic spurring many first-time producers to enter the market, the FDA has warned consumers to avoid hundreds of hand sanitizers because of high levels of hazardous ingredients including methanol (wood alcohol) and the contaminant 1-propanol. 

The Fairmont Chicago Reaps Benefits of Certification

In order to set smart and ambitious sustainability goals hotels generally find they must address unique infrastructure, operations, and purchasing challenges, often without a road map.  Significant water, energy and cost savings, increases in corporate bookings, an improved guest experience, and higher staff morale are just some of the benefits that make the effort worthwhile.