Eco-sustainability is the human activity that regulates its practice according to ecological assumptions within the framework of sustainable development. The resources renewal is at the heart of the eco-sustainable concept, seen as the intrinsic capacity of the world to transform itself cyclically. This ability must be defended to prevent modifying the delicate earth balances.
A quality marking issued by the European Union that distinguishes products and services with low environmental impact.
EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme)
EU eco-management and audit scheme designed for organisations that are committed to assessing and improving their environmental efficiency.
An operation to which the paper is subject which consists of impressing a decorative design in relief onto it. In tissue papers, it may have the function of increasing the adhesion of the plies and the absorbency capacity.