“Green” products are generally more expensive than are “regular” products, though that difference is changing over time. Labelling itself costs money, as the labelling agency charges a fee for investigation, designation, etc. They often also use less common materials that are more expensive to produce. However, rising energy costs and more effective alternative production methods are narrowing the gap, and in some instance green products may actually end up costing less than their traditional competitors.
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