Italcogen, federated association ANIMA "home of efficient and sustainable technologies", organizes in the context of Key Energy in Rimini its annual conference with the aim of taking stock of the national and European situation in terms of energy efficiency and related finance , for promoter a true sustainable economy.
Everything is ready for the first appointment that will see in Milan the theme of sustainable mobility, organized by Reed Exhibitions (organizer of MCE) under the patronage of ANIMA.
ANIMA sponsors and promotes the new B2B event of Reed Exhibitions born from the experience of MCE Mostra Convegno Expocomfort - dedicated to sustainable mobility that will take place at the Fiera Milano Congress Center.
That's Mobilty will present a picture of the electric vehicle market, charging infrastructure and all related services: essential components that will increasingly lead to the development of the sector in our country as well.
The 16 April the European Commission has opened a public consultation on possible measures to regulate the environmental impact of welding equipment and machinery, with the aim of collecting the views and opinions of the parties involved.
Finally, the public consultation will be used for the purpose of an impact assessment prepared by the Commission with a view to developing specific rules for these types of products.
Within the next 31 May the operators of the fixed applications of refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pumps and fixed systems of fire protection must submit to the Ministry of the Environment the Declaration (ref DPR 43 / 2012) containing information regarding the quantity of emissions into the atmosphere of fluorinated gases for the year 2017 based on the data contained in the relative plant log.
The European Commission has recently published the second report on the functioning of the Regulation (EC) no. 1907 / 2006 'REACH', as the result of an evaluation that, based on the principles of the so-called better regulation, had as its guiding principles 5 criteria: effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, consistency and added value.
Last 12 March, UNI passed the new UNI ISO 45001 'Management systems for health and safety at work - Requirements and guidance for use', a standard that specifies the requirements for a management system for health and safety at work (OH & S) and provides guidance for its use, in order to allow organizations to provide safe and healthy workplaces, preventing injuries and illnesses related to work, and proactively improving its performance related to the management system OH & S.
Last January 16, the European Commission adopted, in the context of a more general process of transition to a more circular economy, the first European strategy on plastics.
The strategy is aimed at protecting the environment against plastic pollution and at the same time promoting growth and innovation.
Under the new plans, all plastic packaging on the EU market will be recyclable within 2030, the use of disposable plastic bags will be reduced and the intentional use of microplastics will be limited.
On the subject of the authorization procedure for Excess Chromium, the CTACsub Consortium made available the announced "Good Practice / Task Sheets" (GPS) documents.
On the topic of waterborne materials, ANIMA formalized its accession to the European Consortium EDW (European Drinking Water), which was established in Brussels with the aim of lobbying for the revision of the 98 / 83 / CE Directive DWD.