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Cleaning trolleys for professional use

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This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of Cleaning trolleys for professional use, which is a sub-set of UN CPC 4993 (Vehicles n.e.c., not mechanically propelled) and the declaration of this performance by an EPD. More information about the product group is available in the EPD.

This PCR was previously known as and covered the product group "Cleaning inox trolley."

This PCR document is publically available on www.environdec.com. The PCR document is a living document. If relevant changes in the LCA methodology or in the technology for the product category occur, the document will be revised and any changes will be published on the website.

Any comments to this PCR document may be given on the PCR Forum on www.environdec.com or directly to the PCR moderator during the period of validity. The PCR Moderator should initiate a revision process before the validity time expires to give due time for announcing and collecting comments.

EPDs shall be based on the latest version of the PCR, and refer to the version number and date of the PCR used. The production of new PCR versions does not affect the certification period of EPDs that are already published.

PCR updated 2016-09-28

Version 2.2 was published, after check with compliance with version 2.5 of the General Programme Instructions.

Detailed information

Name: Cleaning trolleys for professional use
CPC Code(s):4993 Vehicles n.e.c., not mechanically propelled
Approval date: 2008-12-10
Registration No: 2008:07
Valid until: 2019-07-01
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2013-)
Based on: Basic Module: Transport equipment
Related PCR(s): Professional cleaning services of buildings
Contributor(s): FALPI SRL, Italy
Valid location(s): Global
Prepared by: CE.Si.S.P.
PCR moderator(s): Michela Gallo  CESiSP, University of Genoa

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