The Ecodesign and Energy Labelling policies constitute effective tools to achieve major energy, resource and CO2 reductions, by banning from the market the least efficient products (Ecodesign), while pushing consumers towards better products (Energy Labelling). The ambitious implementation of these policies is vital for the success of the circular and clean energy agendas. We aim at ambitious requirements, both from an energy efficiency and material efficiency perspective, for as many product types as possible.
ECOS was recently accepted as liaison organisation in the new ISO Technical Committee (TC) 323 dedicated to circular economy. Together with delegates from all over the world, we attended the first meeting of the TC in Paris.