Good news from the standardisation front: we are pleased to report on the positive formal votes on two standards: method to assess the durability (EN 45552) and method to assess the proportion of recycled content (EN 45557) of energy related products.
ECOS is looking for a subcontractor under the Action Grant N° ENER/C4/SGA-2019-486, the subject of the action is the support to environmental and consumer interests for participating in Technical Committees and Working Groups on Standardisation in the framework of the partnership with ECOS aimed at promoting and improving the inclusiveness of environmental interests in European standardisation activities.
The international standard on “Chain of Custody” was formally approved as a “Draft International Standard” earlier this month. This is an important step towards the finalisation of the development of a horizontal chain of custody standard, suitable for any commodity, in any supply chain.
What role does civil society play in the standardisation system? How are environmental NGOs engaged in standards making? Join us for a short webinar, which will answer these questions and many more!
More than fifty representatives of Greek civil society, public authorities and academia gathered in Athens, Greece, on 10 December, to discuss the role of NGOs in the standardisation system, as well as the role of standards in policy and how they can support the circular economy.
Our training on standardisation and the environment brought together our members and experts for an interactive session in Brussels. It was the second part of a training programme following an introductory webinar.