The home appliance industry in COVID-19 times.

The fifth episode of the APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. This is the time for Food Contact Materials. At a glance, the industry’s commitment to ensuring food safety and public health as covered by our expert.

The fourth episode of the APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. This is the time for Circular Appliances. All you need to know on the main achievements and contributions of the industry to deliver on circularity.

The third episode of APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews is now available. A word from our experts on some of the core topics for the industry in the EU scenario. This is time for Taxonomy.

Here is the second episode of APPLiA’s series of short digital interviews. In this format, experts reply to questions and discuss the view of the home appliance sector on key topics for the EU. The idea is to feed the debate by reporting experiences from the sector. Let’s continue with CBAM.

APPLiA is happy to launch the first of a series of short digital interviews on some of the key topics for the home appliance industry and not only. This new format comes with the aim of feeding the debate by reporting experience from the sector. Let’s start with the EU Single Market.

The undersigned organisations support the EU Commission’s objective to improve the sustainability of batteries, while protecting the competitiveness of the Single Market. Given the extent of the changes, we call on co-legislators to provide economic operators with the necessary time to duly implement due requirements.

To curb our emissions and keep temperature levels well below +1.5oC, in accordance with the EU’s Green Deal and our international obligations, the replacement and modernisation of our heating and cooling systems is vital.

This paper provides tangible recommendations to remove bottlenecks in harmonised standardisation. In view of the upcoming standardisation strategy, a constructive dialogue to find synergies will be necessary to fulfil the strategic value of standardisation.