Internal Market: Orgalim comments to the 2020 public consultation on the review of the Construction Products Regulation

Published: 23 December 2020

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Product Safety Legislation

The new European Commission public consultation on the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) suggests policy options for improving the functioning of the EU market for construction products related to 13 areas:

Scope of EU harmonisation, CE marking and Declaration of Performance (DoP), Standardisation process, National requirements, Product safety requirements, Market surveillance and enforcement, EOTA and Technical Assessment Bodies (TABs), Notified Bodies, Product Contact Points for Construction, Simplification, New business models / products – 3D-printing, prefabricated houses, Environmental aspects (BWR7 Sustainable use of natural resources) and Circular economy.

To read Orgalim's comments, please download the document above.



Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Helena Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Adviser - Internal Market

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