Environment

Verification Bodies

What is a Verification Body?

A Verification Body is an organisation accredited as fulfilling the requirements of ISO 17020 to perform verifications under the EU ETV Pilot Programme and complying to the requirements specified in the General Verification Protocol document (GVP). Each Verification Body is accredited for at least one subset of the specific technological areas included in the ETV pilot programme: "Water Treatment and Monitoring", "Energy Technologies" or "Materials, Waste and Resources".

The Verification Bodies have the responsibility to review and verify the claims proposed by the technology manufacturers in an independent, objective, impartial and confidential way.

How to become a Verification Body for ETV?

Organisations interested to become Verification Bodies should contact their national accreditation body, whose contact details can be found on the webpage of the European Co-operation for Accreditation. A list of contact persons in the national accreditation bodies of countries participating in the ETV Steering Group may be requested by e-mail to: env-etv@ec.europa.eu. They must then undergo an accreditation procedure in order to prove their technical competence and their quality requirements to perform verifications for the ETV Programme.

For further information, please consult the GVP and address all further questions either to the national accreditation bodies or to the European Commission via the e-mail env-etv@ec.europa.eu.

 

Title Status Accreditation Scope Contact
BRE Global (GB) Accredited by The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
John Holden
holdenjg@bre.co.uk
Certiquality (IT) Accredited by Accredia - Italian Accreditation Body
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Alessandro Ficarazzo
a.ficarazzo@certiquality.it
Environmental Technology Verification Body - Institute for Ecology of Industrial Areas (PL) Accredited by Polish Centre for Accreditation (PCA)
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Izabela Ratman - Kłosińska
rat@ietu.katowice.pl
ETA-Danmark (DK) Accredited by DANAK - The Danish Accreditation and Metrology Fund
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Thomas Bruun
tb@etadanmark.dk
French National Laboratory for Metrology and Testing (LNE) (FR) Accredited by French Accreditation Committee (COFRAC)
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Olivier Hyvernage
etv@lne.fr
Institute of Environmental Protection - National Research Institute (IOS-PIB) (PL) Accredited by Polish Centre for Accreditation (PCA)
  • Production of heat and power from renewable sources of energy: wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass, solar, biogas
  • Energy efficiency technologies: micro-turbines, hydrogen and fuel cells, heat pumps, combined heat and power, logistics, storage and recovery of energy
  • Recycling of batteries, accumulators and chemicals
  • Recycling of industrial by-products and waste into secondary materials
  • Reuse of energy from waste: fuel from waste, combustion technologies
  • Recycling of construction waste into building materials
  • Separation or sorting techniques for solid waste, materials recovery
Bartosz Malowaniec
bartosz.malowaniec@ios.edu.pl
etv@ios.edu.pl
Institute of Technology and Life Sciences (ITP) (PL) Accredited by Polish Centre for Accreditation (PCA)
  • Products made of biomass
  • Recycling of industrial by-products and waste into secondary materials
  • Separation or sorting techniques for solid waste, materials recovery
  • Recycling of construction waste into building materials
  • Production of heat and power from renewable sources of energy: wind (wind turbines), hydro (power plants and turbines), geothermal (heat pumps, ground heat exchangers, heat recovery unit), biomass, solar (collectors, accumulators, photovoltaic cells)
Agnieszka Wawrzyniak
a.wawrzyniak@itp.edu.pl
National Physical Laboratory (NPL) (GB) Accredited by The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)
  • Energy Technologies
Marieke Beckmann
etv@npl.co.uk
PIMOT (PL) Accredited by Polish Centre for Accreditation (PCA)
  • Materials, waste and resources: Products made from biomass (bioplastics, biofuels)
  • Energy technologies: Production of electricity and heat from renewable sources (biomass)
  • Energy technologies: The use of energy from waste (Fuel 3rd generation)
Roman Nadratowski
r.nadratowski@pimot.eu
RESCOLL (FR) Accredited by French Accreditation Committee (COFRAC)
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Claire Michaud
claire.michaud@rescoll.fr
etv@rescoll.eu
RINA Services (IT) Accredited by Accredia - Italian Accreditation Body
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Felice Alfieri
felice.alfieri@rina.org
Laura Severino
laura.severino@rina.org
The Czech Environment Management Center (CEMC) (CZ) Accredited by Czech Accreditation Institute (CAI)
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Vladimír Študent
studentv@cemc.cz
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) (GB) Accredited by The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)
  • Energy Technologies (including Marine and Wind Energy)
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Dave Wakefield
ETV@emec.org.uk
VTT Expert Services Ltd (FI) Accredited by FINAS - Finnish Accreditation Service
  • Energy Technologies
  • Materials, Waste & Resources
  • Water Treatment & Monitoring
Matti Lanu
matti.lanu@vtt.fi