In April 2020 Ethical Consumer viewed Logona and Sante's websites for details of its environmental reporting. The Logona UK site had very little information, stating "We use predominantly natural raw materials ... from controlled organic cultivation and wild harvesting", and "All Logona and Sante products carry the NaTrue or BDIH seal." The English version of the Logona website did not have much more information. The Sante website mentioned measures including "Environmentally friendly grass paper is used for our advertising materials such as displays"; "from 2020, the folding boxes of our products will be made of 100% recycled fibres and our labels of 50% recycled plastic (rPE) & 50% industrial waste produced. We also use 100% recycled rPET for our bottles"; "We also do without microplastics without exception"; "other new developments that save water consumption protect the environment" (no details given); and that it manufactured its products in Germany, with "the advantage that we can cover particularly short distances to our sales locations and thus protect the environment."
It also stated, "From 2020, our production site in Salzhemmendorf is completely C02-neutral without the purchase of additional certificates. In this way we protect the environment and resources. Of course we use exclusively green electricity."
As it referenced measures related to ingredients, packaging, transport and energy use, the company was considered to have a reasonable understanding of its key environmental impacts.
However no future quantified targets appeared to be included, nor independently verified performance data.
Overall Logocos Naturkosmetik AG received Ethical Consumer’s worst rating for Environmental Reporting.
https://www.sante.de/en (20 April 2020)