EC decision 2013/295/EU - award of ecolabel
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EC decision 2013/295/EU on the award of the EU ecolabel came into force on 19 June 2013
19 Jun 2013
Environment protection - EU
European Commission decision 2013/295/EU prolongs the validity of the ecological criteria for the award of the EU ecolabel to certain products by amending the following decisions:
- 2006/799/EC (soil improvers),
- 2007/64/EC (growing media),
- 2009/300/EC (televisions),
- 2009/543/EC (outdoor paints and varnishes),
- 2009/544/EC (indoor paints and varnishes),
- 2009/563/EC (footwear), 2009/564/EC (campsite services),
- 2009/567/EC (textile products),
- 2009/568/EC (tissue paper),
- 2009/578/EC (tourist accommodation),
- 2009/598/EC (bed mattresses),
- 2009/607/EC (hard coverings),
- 2009/894/EC (wooden furniture),
- 2009/967/EC (textile floor coverings),
- 2010/18/EC (wooden floor coverings) and
- 2011/331/EU (light sources).
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