Tempo d’éco has developed an eco-responsible classification system based on seven criteria to guide its customers in their choice of furniture, lighting, decorative objects and products for wall and floor dressing.


As a trend, many furniture manufacturers call themselves eco-friendly. But it is not always easy to distinguish between what is really good for the planet and what is not. One of the reasons for this is ‘greenwashing’.
Greenwashing is when a brand :
– Says that one of its products or policies is good for the environment when it is not (or not very).
– Says it has ecological values, without implementing actions in favour of sustainable development (or almost).
– Claims to source its materials from managed forests or recycled products when it does not (or only a very small amount).