A technical training seminar to take stock of the application of the Directive, in view of the 22 July 2019, date on which the restrictions will be applicable to all EEE. Free participation for ANIMA Members.
The European Commission has made available the preparatory documents concerning the possible revision of the 2000 / 14 / CE Directive on the acoustic emissions of machinery and equipment designed to operate outdoors
The documents discussed at the last meeting of the Noise Expert Group are as follows:
• The evaluation final report
• The impact assessment final report
The main elements of the preparatory documents are:
The new lists of harmonized standards of the following European Directives have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union
2014 / 34 / UE ATEX directive: list available on the following link
2014 / 35 / UE LVD directive: list available to the following link
In the Official Journal of the European Union C281 of the 10 August, the updated list of European Assessment Documents (EAD) has been published in accordance with the Regulation (EU) 305 / 2011 'CPR' concerning construction products.
The list of harmonized standards is available at the following link
The TAR of Lombardy has recently accepted (sentence No. 1741 of 18 July 2018) the appeal presented by Edison against the resolutions ARERA 181 / 2011 and 187 / 2011 in the field of cogeneration.
The new list of harmonized standards for the 246 / 1 / EU "EMC" Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive was published in the Official Journal of the European Union C13 / 2014 of the 30 last July.
The list is visible by clicking here.
The Official Journal of the European Union C228 of 29 June 2018 has been publishedupdated list of European Assessment Documents (EAD).
On the Official Journal of the European Union C209 of the 15 last June the new list of harmonized standards to the 2014 / 34 / UE 'ATEX' Directive.
From the next 1 April the new Harmonized Standard Consultant system will start, which, in the objectives of the European Commission, will contribute to improving the quality and availability - in terms of time - of the safety standards for products placed on the European Union market.