Future EU energy label communication campaigns should stress that appliances now available are more energy efficient than those of previous generations

Today, the European Plenary adopted the reports of MEP Simona Bonafè on Commission proposals amending the 2008 Waste Directive, the 2012 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive and the 2006 Batteries and Waste Batteries Directive.

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On 31st January 2017, the new version of the CECED standard for product information (the PI Standard) became available. It is downloadable from the Product Information webpage.

ENVI Reports on proposals for the revision of the EU Waste Legislation seek to solve the whole circular economy challenge without considering practicalities and realities of the Single Market and waste markets in the European Union.

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The European Institutions have reached a political agreement on a new Energy Labelling Framework Regulation

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On EU Industry Day, the Home Appliance industry calls for unlocking the Digital Single Market opportunities 

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Read the joint industry statement of nine industry associations impacted by the foreseen Implementing Act for the EU Product Database for Energy Labelling (EPREL).   

APPLiA and another six associations urge the EU and Turkey to do their utmost to advance discussions to improve their economic relationship and prioritise the removal of tariff and non-tariff barriers that presently hinder further economic growth.

All sectors are committed to work together with the Commission to have EPREL working with the necessary practicality and security level by the end of 2018.