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  • Silma Srl. (Italy)
    18 July 2017 Company/business organisation
    Silma Srl. (Italy)

    Silma is an Italian company active in the development and production of color and additive masterbatches for the plastics industry with a wide range of applications, among which construction materials represent one of the most important. The point of view of Silma for a possible CPR review is that the requirements should not be repealed or downgraded, because it would be a very negative choice for fire safety in Europe and for EU industry....

  • CELSA Group (Spain)
    18 July 2017 Company/business organisation
    CELSA Group (Spain)

    CELSA Group (www.celsagroup.com) would like to thank the European Commission for the opportunity to provide feedback concerning the possible revision of the Construction Products Regulation. For years, sustainable development, including its economic, social and environmental dimensions, has been one of the fundamental objectives of the European Union. The Treaty of European Union sets out the EU vision for a sustainable development of Europe...

  • Eurima (European Insulation Manufacturers Association) (Belgium)
    18 July 2017 Business association
    Eurima (European Insulation Manufacturers Association) (Belgium)

    Eurima, the European Insulation Manufacturers Association, welcomes the possibility to provide feedback on the inception impact assessment initiative related to the revision of the Construction Product Regulation (CPR). Eurima opposes to the option III as laid down in the report consisting of the CPR repeal. This option would potentially lead to barriers to trade and thereby undermine the free movement of construction products in the EU...

  • I-Pool srl (Italy)
    18 July 2017 Academic/research institution
    I-Pool srl (Italy)

    IPOOL is a spin-off society of Pisa CNR’s (Italy) based on a team of researchers, experts, companies and partners that works on the development of applications, skills and equipments production in the chemical and acoustical materials fields, as well on industrial and environmental applications. Providing input about CPR review is a great oppurtity and we suggest the need to proceed with CPR requirements for increasing fire safety in Europe....

  • EUMEPS (Belgium)
    18 July 2017 Business association
    EUMEPS (Belgium)

    EUMEPS supports the common market and therefore supports option 1 or 2 to keep the CPR as the basis for the regulatory framework for construction products; The CPR created a level playing field on a European scale home market for construction products, allowing the construction products industry to become more competitive at a world scale. Also the consumer benefits from competetive pricing resulting from these economies of scale. The wider...

  • ACI & BCA (United Kingdom)
    18 July 2017 Business association
    ACI & BCA (United Kingdom)

    Mandatory provisions for cables under CPR only came fully into force on 1st July 2017. Therefore we, as the Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) and the British Cables Association (the BCA is the trade association for the UK cable manufacturers) have very limited practical experience of its operation. Already though there is evidence that Declarations of Performance and/or CE marking labels are being incorrectly formulated and/or applied. Whilst...

  • IRIS Coatings (Italy)
    18 July 2017 Company/business organisation
    IRIS Coatings (Italy)

    IRIS Coatings, as a producer of passive fire protection materials and an SME, believes that the CPD and CPR have contributed to removing barriers to trade in Europe. Consequently, either repealing the CPR or degrading its requirements is against the aim of our industry, which needs instead a progressive harmonization towards a real European free trade zone, common technical language and harmonisation of safety performance characteristics. We...

  • Siegfried BIRKENFELD (Netherlands)
    18 July 2017 EU citizen
    Siegfried BIRKENFELD (Netherlands)

    This feedback was removed as it did not comply with the European Commission's rules for publishing feedback and suggestions.

  • European Drinking Water (EDW) Industrial Alliance (Belgium)
    18 July 2017 Business association
    European Drinking Water (EDW) Industrial Alliance (Belgium)

    The European Drinking Water Industrial Alliance (EDW) supports the objectives of the Construction Products Regulation EU/305/2011 (CPR) to promote the ongoing completion of common market for construction products. As an alliance, including 30 European industry associations representing suppliers of materials and products in contact with drinking water (which include but it is not limited to construction products) - for more information, see...

  • University of applied sciences Rosenheim (Germany)
    18 July 2017 Academic/research institution
    University of applied sciences Rosenheim (Germany)

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