Refrigeration has become part of our daily lives, and to celebrate the 2022 World Refrigeration Day for refrigeration and air conditioning impact in our lives, Eurovent would like to show in a short video why cooling matters to us all.

Eurovent has published the French, Dutch and Norwegian updated version of Recommendation 4/23 ‘Selection of EN ISO 16890 rated air filter classes for general ventilation applications’. This Recommendation aligns with the 2021 WHO global air quality guidelines.

Eurovent har publisert den franske, nederlandske og norske versjonen av anbefaling 4/23 «Valg av luftfiltre klassifisert etter EN ISO 16890 for allmenn ventilasjon». Anbefalingen er oppdatert i tråd med WHOs retningslinjer for luftkvalitet i 2021.

Eurovent a publié la version actualisée française, néerlandaise et norvégienne de la recommandation 4/23 «Sélection des classes de filtres à air nominales EN ISO 16890 pour les applications générales de ventilation». La présente recommandation s’aligne sur les lignes directrices de 2021 de l’OMS sur la qualité de l’air.

Eurovent heeft de Franse, Nederlandse en Noorse bijgewerkte versie gepubliceerd van Aanbeveling 4/23 „Selectie van EN ISO 16890 nominaal luchtfilterklassen voor algemene ventilatietoepassingen”. Deze aanbeveling is in overeenstemming met de wereldwijde richtsnoeren voor luchtkwaliteit 2021 van de WHO.

The first report on the revision of the 2016 GPP criteria for Office Buildings was released in March. The scope has been extended to all type of buildings and the criteria would be finalised by mid-2023. 

An overview of the past 2014-2022 developments were presented during the consultation forum, and a first discussion on the draft working document took place. The Commission integrated the comments made during the meeting and awaits further written comments by 29 April 2022.

Within a package of European Green Deal proposal, the EC has adopted on 30 March 2022 the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Working Plan 2022-2024.

In 2021, the Commission adopted a proposal for a new CBAM which will put a carbon price on imports of selected products. The future impact of CBAM on downstream industries such as HVACR does require addressing.

The European Commission has opened the call for evidence on the review of the RoHS Directive, which limits the use of certain harmful substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Feedback can be submitted until 14 March 2022.

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