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12 December 2015, 11:54:37 AM (GMT +1)
I am in the process of preparing an EPD following PCR 342 which is currently expired and being updated. The estimated publication date of the revised PCRs is March 2016. Which version of the PCRs should I follow if I would like this EPD to be regi...
by: Marina Isasa (marinaisasa)
Basic inorganic chemicals n.e.c.
03 December 2015, 1:29:06 PM (GMT +1)
by: Ignasi Ballús Edo (iballus)
Labels, sleeves or linerless (or similar print media products) made of paper, plastic or other materials
27 November 2015, 11:48:11 AM (GMT +1)
Dear Sirs. I´m looking information about a metodology for Life Cycle Analysis of the process and design of wooden doors used in public building.
Yours sincerely. Carmen Fernandez, CETEM
by: FERNANDEZ FERNANDEZ (MARIA CARMEN)
Builders' joinery and carpentry of wood (expired 2014-12-19)
28 September 2015, 11:06:58 AM (GMT +1)
I wonder if I can use this PCR for insulation materials of technological systems (such as boilers or ventilation systems) in buildings.
Many thanks and best regards.
by: Riccardo Bozzo (riccardo.bozzo)
24 September 2015, 11:09:48 AM (GMT +1)
Reading this PCR I realize that the LCA field has developed much since 2012.
I suggest that we update this regarding some issues:
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by: Marcus Wendin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Research and development services in natural sciences and engineering
20 August 2015, 3:05:15 PM (GMT +1)
Is it possible to conduct and verify a EPD for the final product developed during a research project which is not yet commercialized on a large scale?
24 July 2015, 5:06:22 PM (GMT +1)
by: Yancey Appling (yappling)
Basic organic chemicals
05 July 2015, 2:12:00 PM (GMT +1)
Dear Sirs, here you are the requested comments to draft 4 of the PCR for lifts
by: Ana Maria Lorente Lafuente (Lorente)
22 June 2015, 12:14:50 PM (GMT +1)
According to EN15804 the period of validity is 5 years
(section 9 - page 44) ' After verification an EPD is valid
for a 5 year period from the date of issue, after which it shall be reviewed and
But In 2...
by: Callum Hill (Callum Hill)
18 June 2015, 3:44:26 PM (GMT +1)
I I just point out that there is already a PCR for concrete, UN CPC 375, valid in the International EPD System. That does not exclude, and has been applied to, products in class 3754.
by: C Foster (cfoster)
Bricks, blocks, tiles, flagstone of clay and siliceous earths (sub-oriented PCR; appendix to PCR 2012:01)
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