Decision 2014/336/EU - criteria for ecolabelling

6th November 2014


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David Wilson

Decision 2014/336/EU - criteria for ecolabelling

5 June 2014

Ecolabelling

Decision 2014/336/EU amends seven Decision on Ecolabel criteria to extend their validity to 31 December 2015. Products affected include soil improvers, televisions, wooden furniture and computers.


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