Highlights in Circular Economy standardization in CEN and CENELEC

Do you think you need to start doing something about Circular Economy or Material Efficiency for your products, or in your TC, but don’t know how to start? Do you want to learn what other CEN or CENELEC TCs have already done or are planning to do in this field in their TCs? Then this workshop is for you!

 

This workshop is organised by the CEN-CLC SABE Topic Group Circular Economy (SABE CE-TG) with the objective of providing guidance to CEN and CENELEC Technical Bodies in the preparation of Circular Economy related standards. This workshop will provide participants with practical information regarding standardization activities and best practices related to Circular Economy and Material Efficiency topics from three CEN and CENELEC TCs.

 

Speakers:

  • Simon Froggatt (chair of CEN-CLC JTC10)
  • Christian Dworak (co-convenor of CLC TC 59X WG23)
  • Kasper Guldager Jensen (chair of CEN TC 350/SC1)

 

Major topics:

  • Overview of published and planned standards on Circular Economy and / or Material Efficiency
  • Ongoing work on product specific standardization
  • Best practices and lessons learned

 

Registration:

Please note participation is only possible when registered. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Friday
2022-02-25
Online
10:00 - 12:00 CET
REGISTRATION MANDATORY

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