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Textile yarn and thread (expired 2016-07-09; being updated)



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This PCR expired on 2016-07-09, and an update has therefore been initiated. A draft new version was available for open consultation until 2017-03-04. The draft will now be updated based on comments recieved before being reviewed and published. Dates are preliminary.

This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of UN CPC 263 and 264 with specific regard to yarns and fibres listed below in the ISIC-CPC's classification and the declaration of this performance by an EPD. More information about the product is available in the PCR.

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Name: Textile yarn and thread (expired 2016-07-09; being updated)
CPC Code(s):263 Textile yarn and thread of natural fibres
264 Textile yarn and thread of man-made filaments or staple fibres
Approval date: 2013-07-09
Registration No: 2013:12
Valid until: 2016-07-09
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2013-)
Based on: Basic Module: Yarn and thread
Related PCR(s): Man-made fibers (synthetic)
Sub-PCR Synthetic carpet yarn
Plastic waste and scrap recovery (recycling) services
Woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics
Valid location(s): Global
Prepared by: Aquafil, Life Cycle Engineering, Universal Fibers & EarthShift
PCR moderator(s): Stefano Rossi  Life Cycle Enginering

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