Mercedes-Benz Models with Environmental Certificates

Environmental protection from the beginning.
Sep 20, 2016 9:10 AM ET
Campaign: Mercedes-Benz Next

"We strive to develop products that are highly responsible to the environment in their respective market segments – this is the second Environmental Guideline of the Daimler Group.“

Its realisation requires incorporating environmental protection into products from the very start. Ensuring that this happens is the task of environmentally compatible product development. It follows the principle “Design for Environment” (DfE) to develop comprehensive vehicle concepts. The aim is to improve environmental performance in objectively measurable terms and, at the same time, to meet the demands of the growing number of customers with an eye for environmental issues.

The results are documented in the externally audited environmental certificates for the Mercedes-Benz cars. Here you will find detailed information on the subjects of fuel consumption, emissions and lifecycle assessment of each model as well as the use of renewable raw materials and secondary raw materials, recycling concepts and many other topics.

In 2005, the S-Class became the first-ever vehicle which was tested from TÜV Süd experts.Here, both the process used at Mercedes-Benz regarding environmentally compatible product development as well as all statements contained in the Environmental Certificate brochure on the environmental compatibility of the new S-Class were examined and verified in detail. The “Lifecycle” brochure has been presenting the Environmental Certificates since 2009. The “Lifecycle COMPACT” edition now also being released is brand new. This compact overview illustrates the environmental compatibility of the Mercedes-Benz vehicles during the entire life cycle in an easy-to-understand way and also gets right to the heart of the company’s environmental commitment.

Please click here to view the environmental certificates. 

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