AT NEFF, WE TAKE OUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS A HOME APPLIANCE MANUFACTURER EXTREMELY SERIOUSLY
Improving energy efficiency and minimising water consumption are right at the heart of our environmental agenda, but we also carefully consider the entire lifecycle of our products – from manufacture, to delivery, to usage, to disposal.
We are also committed to dealing fairly with our employees, partners and suppliers, and contributing positively to the communities in which we operate. Domestic appliances are responsible on average for about half of the energy consumption in a household.
By using new, energy-efficient domestic appliances, you can save real money over the long life of the appliance – and protect the environment.
When you buy a new domestic product, it is highly recommended that you pay close attention to low consumption values for energy and water.
This information has been communicated by the European energy label since 1995. However, technical progress has now led to a situation where most appliances today fall within the best energy classes.
The energy label continues to provide essential information for laundry, dishwashers, cooling and ovens and the information for the first three product groups has recently been amended to show A+, A++ and A+++ ratings in order to better reflect the improved energy efficiency on these products since labelling was introduced. In addition, annual consumption values for energy and water are now shown for laundry and dishwashers.
The label must show a value for noise emissions. The energy label for dishwashers, fridges and freezers and laundry appliances is explained at the beginning of each section.