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Answers to frequently asked questions about Good Measures and Good On You’s ratings methodology
Our brand has planned improvements and future commitments. How does the Good On You methodology consider setting targets and performance against previous targets?
Why is Good Measures based on the Good On You ratings system?
How does Good On You rate brands?
How was the Good On You ratings methodology developed?
How does the methodology incorporate certification and standards systems?
What key factors may affect what issues I answer and how my brand is scored?
How do you distinguish between large and small brands?
Why are some materials classified as “eco friendly” and others—including novel materials—not?
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How can I submit an updated rating?
When and how often can I submit updated data about my brand?
Why do some of the sustainability issues in my rating appear “greyed out”?
What happens after I submit my updates — how is my evidence reviewed and who reviews it?
How can I clarify or correct an issue in my public rating?
What if the evidence I submitted is not accepted after the rating review?
How should I update the usage of materials based on percentages of my brand's product range?
How long does it take to receive an updated rating after I submit?
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