OMRI (organic) and Eco label what does it mean?

Organic is still a hot topic. The concept is excellent; however, the actual meaning of the word, “organic” is often misleading. It doesn’t help that the word 'organic' is often misrepresented on common consumer products. Some believe that true organic growers must grow crops in soil, mixing in manure, guano, or organic fertilizer into the soil. However, each time you water your garden, you are washing nitrates into the ground water and public drinking water, which is not healthy for anybody. In fact for most crops in Northern Europe, it is prohibited to grow produce without collecting the drain water and reusing it.

To be Organic should mean to protect Mother Nature and its creatures. Considerations should include whole process evaluation to determine which products have the least negative impact on the environment, p­­­­­eople and animals. This is exactly how the European Eco label certification works. GRODAN’s products are Eco Label certified.
Here are some links that explains the Organic OMRI versus Eco Label.
http://www.omri.org/history-omri
http://ec.europa.eu/environment/ecolabel/index_en.htm