Energy Star Mark website, Natural Resources Canada Office of Energy Efficiency
The ENERGY STAR mark identifies products (e.g., major household appliances, home heating or cooling equipment, consumer electronics, office equipment or certain lighting and signage products) that are among the top energy performers on the market.
Environmental Choice Program
â€œThe Environmental Choice Program (ECP), Environment Canada's ecolabelling program, provides a market incentive to manufacturers and suppliers of environmentally preferable products and services, and thereby helps consumers identify products and services that are less harmful to the environment.â€�
Environmental Labelling Guide, Government of Canada Competition Bureau
The Guide provides "most of the pertinent information regarding the placement of an environmental claim on a product label"
Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program
"The Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program provides validation and independent verification of environmental technology performance claims. This initiative has been developed to promote the commercialization of new environmental technologies into the market place and thus provide industry with a tool to address environmental challenges efficiently, effectively and economically."
Federal House in Order - Green Procurement website
Greening Government website
Canada Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) Sustainable Development Website - Greening Operations
Working your Way to a Green Office, prepared by the Office of Waste Management of Environment Canada 1992