The basic form of balance is taken from the philosophical symbol of the East Asian nations (Yin Yang) as an universal symbol. The picture of leaves that represent the symbol of environment engraved touching but without crossing each other to illustrate harmony. The colours of dark green and light green is taken from the colours of leaves that represent the elements of environment. The colours are selected to yield a harmonious colours composition, far from contrasting or opposing elements.

The ecolabel logo is designed by Mr. Chandra Rahmatillah as the winner of the Indonesian Ecolabel Logo Competition conducted by the Ministry of Environment in the month of December 2003 – March 2004. The Copyright of the Indonesian Ecolabel Logo is held by the Ministry of Environment and protected by the Indonesian Laws.


Kementerian Negara Lingkungan Hidup, Gedung A, 1t.6
JL.DI.Panjaitan Kav. 24 Kebon Nanas - Jakarta Timur
Mrs. Diahwati Agustayani

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