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Mutual recognitions with established programme operators

Companies in any country may develop and register EPDs in the International EPD® System based on international standards. These should be recognized to be used for a wide range of applications that rely on the standards.

To broaden the findability (and possibly also recognition) of EPDs in certain markets, a voluntary dual registration of EPDs has been made possible with some other programme operators that act in accordance ISO 14025.

Organisation Purpose Website
AENOR GlobalEPD (Spain)

Voluntary mutual recognition of environmental declarations of all product categories.

 

EPDs registered in the EPD programme of AENOR may bear the logotype of the International EPD® System and vice versa if a voluntary additional fee is paid. Dually-registered EPDs are published both at www.environdec.com at the corresponding AENOR web page.

www.aenor.es
Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU; Germany)

Voluntary mutual recognition of English or German-language environmental declarations for construction products compliant with EN 15804.

 

EPDs registered in IBU may bear the logotype of the International EPD® System and vice versa if a voluntary additional fee is paid. Dually-registered EPDs are published both at www.environdec.com at the corresponding IBU web page.

 

The similarities and differences between the two systems have been assessed in detail to ensure that the information produced is compatible as far as possible.

 

Please note that:

 

  • Incorporation of the dually-registered EPD into national databases, such as the Ökobau.dat in Germany may have additional requirements on the EPD.
  • The dual registration does not entitle the declaration owner to use the logo/s of IBU beyond the EPD without the consent of the Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)

http://bau-umwelt.de

 

IERE Earthsure (USA)

Volontary mutual recognition of EPDs and PCRs of all product categories.

 

EPDs registered in the EPD programme of IERE may bear the logotype of the International EPD® System and vice versa if a voluntary additional fee is paid. Dually-registered EPDs are published both at www.environdec.com at the Earthsure website.

http://iere.org
Norwegian EPD Foundation / EPD Norge (Norway)

Voluntary mutual recognition of environmental declarations of all product categories.

 

EPDs registered in the EPD programme of Norwegian EPD Foundation may bear the logotype of the International EPD® System and vice versa if a voluntary additional fee is paid. Dually-registered EPDs are published both at www.environdec.com at the corresponding website of EPD Norge.

 

Please note that the addtional requirements of the Norwegian EPD Foundation must be met:

 

 

Declaration of additional scenario information and LCA results for module A4: Transport from production site to central warehouse in Oslo. 
Dangerous substances; Self-declaration by the manufacturer of content of dangerous substances according to REACH or the Norwegian priority list, it more than 0.1% wt-%. No additional external verification is required for the content of the table. 
Declaration of the country specific electricity mix during manufacturing process (module A3)
If relevant, indoor air emissions from the product shall be declared. 
  • Declaration of additional scenario information and LCA results for module A4: Transport from production site to central warehouse in Oslo. 
  • Dangerous substances; Self-declaration by the manufacturer of content of dangerous substances according to REACH or the Norwegian priority list, it more than 0.1% wt-%. No additional external verification is required for the content of the table. 
  • Declaration of the country specific electricity mix during manufacturing process (module A3)
  • If relevant, indoor air emissions from the product shall be declared. 
The additional requirements can be presented in the EPD or as a verfified annex to the EPD.
 www.epd-norge.no

 

Memorandum of understandings with estalibshes programme operators

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PEP Ecopassport (France)  www.pep-ecopassport.org