During its presidency, Czech Republic will focus on 5 closely linked areas: i) Managing the refugee crisis; ii) Energy security; iii) Strengthening Europe’s defence capabilities; iv) Strategic resilience of the European economy; and v) Resilience of democratic institutions.

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 ongoing generation change within Eurovent has brought, among other changes, a major shift in the Board of Directors. The recent changes entered into force during association’s 66th General Assembly 2022 in Malaga.

The event season is now in full swing and here is your chance to participate at the EUROVENTSUMMIT to be held with the theme ‘Building Bridges’. The event is scheduled to take place on 25-28 October 2022 in Antalya, Turkey.

Scenarios for this transition pathway will with time have an impact on the HVACR industry, through the introduction of Product Environment Footprints in the Ecodesign of Sustainable Product Regulation. 

On 23 June 2022 the 2nd stakeholder meeting for the revision process of the MEErP will take place. The report and updated eco-report tool includes aspects of material efficiency and the environmental footprint. 

From 23 May to 15 August 2022, feedback can be provided on the Impact Assessment. The assessment includes labelling proposals that extend to air-to-air heat pumps. The adoption of the revised regulation is expected for Q3 2023. 

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