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Documents

Documents

In order to keep you informed in more detail about the study progress, we list on this page key public access documents in 'most recent first' order.

This section contains the documents under review. We welcome your comments and suggestions on these working documents as this will help us in improving them and take into account your point of view in an appropriate manner.

June 2012 Draft final EU Ecolabel criteria for office buildings
Draft_final_crteria.pdf
February 2012 Summary of the 2nd AHWG Ecolabel for office building (Updated) Summary_2ndAHWG_Ecolabel.pdf
February 2012 Summary of the meeting for GPP for office building   Summary_AHWG_GPP.pdf
December 2011 GPP draft criteria proposal GPP_draft_criteria_proposal.pdf
December 2011 Working document for GPP criteria GPP_working_document.pdf
December 2011 Summary of the 2nd AHWG Meeting Summary 2nd AHWG Meeting.pdf
November 2011 EU Ecolabel draft criteria proposal Updated Draft criteria proposal updated.pdf
November 2011 Working document 2nd AHWG meeting Updated Working document 2 (updated).pdf
November 2011 Technical background study Technical_background.pdf
November 2011 Working document for EU Ecolabel criteria Working_document_2.pdf
November 2011 EU Ecolabel draft criteria proposal Draft_criteria_proposal.pdf
July 2011 Summary of the 1st AHWG Meeting Summary 1st AHWG Meeting.pdf
June 2011 Working document 1st AHWG Meeting Working document.pdf
June 2011 Draft report: Economic and market analysis Market analysis.pdf
June 2011 Draft report: Product definition and scope Product definition.pdf
March 2011 Analysis and evaluation of 3rd draft criteria for Buildings and next steps Analysis of 3rd draft criteria.pdf
March 2011 EUEB feedback for the scope of the EU Ecolabel for Buildings IPTS reply.pdf

Questionnaires

In the course of the pilot project, questionnaires will be used to collect information and comments from stakeholders. You can find the questionnaires for download below.

     
     
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