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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.

Date Description Link
October 2014

Ecolabel Technical Report 3.0 for EUEB Nov 14

Technical Report 3.0

October 2014

Draft EU Ecolabel Act

Draft EU Ecolabel Act

October 2014 Draft EU Ecolabel Annex

Draft EU Ecolabel Annex

June 2014

Meeting minutes-final version

Meeting minutes-final version
April 2014

GPP Technical Report AHWG2

GPP Tecnical report AHWG2
April 2014

GPP Criteria document AHWG2

GPP Criteria AHWG2
April 2014 Ecolabel Technical report AHWG2 Tecnical report 2nd AHWG2
April 2014 Ecolabel Criteria document AHWG2 Criteria 2nd AHWG2
February 2014 GPP Furniture Questionnaire GPP Furniture Questionnaire
October 2013 Minutes 1st AHWG Minutes
October 2013 Presentation Slides criteria 1st AHWG Criteria 1st AHGW
October 2013 Presentation Slides GPP 1st AHWG GPP 1st AHWG
October 2013 Presentation Slides scope definition 1st AHWG Scope Definition 1st AHWG
October 2013 Presentation Slides technical analysis 1st AHWG Technical analysis 1st AHWG
September 2013 Draft criteria Draft criteria
September 2013 Background report Background report
April 2013 Questionnaire Document
February 2013 Preliminary scoping document Document

 

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.

Date Description Link
February 2014 GPP Furniture Questionnaire GPP Furniture Questionnaire
April 2013 Questionnaire Document

 

Meetings

7 October 2013 1st Ad-Hoc Working Group meeting Seville, Spain

 

 

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