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EUMA PROJECT: the ECODESIGN ECOLABELLING Guidelines of Domus Line

EUMA PROJECT: the ECODESIGN ECOLABELLING Guidelines of Domus Line

EUMA (European Market Access) is the Domus Line project aimed at the correct implementation and adaptation of all products to the new EU regulations – commonly known as Ecodesign and Energy Labelling -, which is essential to maintain the CE conformity of articles, and thus allow them to be marketed in the EU market. The […]

Technical changes to the UKCA regime (UK Conformity Assessment)

Technical changes to the UKCA regime (UK Conformity Assessment)

On 20 June 2022, the UK government announced a series of changes designed to simplify the application of the new conformity markings for most of the products placed on the market in England, Scotland and Wales. The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking is mandatory for a number of products, including luminaires, and its purpose is […]

THE VALUE AND IMPORTANCE OF SYSTEM CERTIFICATION

THE VALUE AND IMPORTANCE OF SYSTEM CERTIFICATION

For any company, big or small, choosing a trusted industrial or commercial partner is a complex, delicate process. When selecting a supplier, particularly for electrical appliances - which are strictly regulated on the international market - competence, professionalism and reliability are all fundamental elements. Particularly when dealing with supplies of components or services that are [...]
Customs duties? The real war is fought on non-tariff barriers!

Customs duties? The real war is fought on non-tariff barriers!

Despite the recent agreement, the tariffs war being fought between the United States and China seems more like a chess game between the two main global economies, in which the moves made by the US President are followed by the counter-attacks of the President of the People’s Republic of China. The rhetoric around this war […]

The new WEEE Directive on electric and electronic waste: what will change from 15th August 2018?

The new WEEE Directive on electric and electronic waste: what will change from 15th August 2018?

From 15th August 2018 “open scope” will come into force, the update of the WEEE Directive which has been regulated the disposal of electric and electronic equipment waste in the European market for many years. This update will introduce a new classification of electrical and electronic devices with six new categories: Temperature exchange equipment (fridges, freezers, air conditioning, etc.). Screens, […]